John Stonestreet and Ed Stetzer discuss the life and legacy of Pres. George H. W. Bush and how his commitment to service, family, civility and friendships exhibited what theologians call common grace . . . things we can’t not know.
They also talk about the media’s cheap shot at President Trump’s not reciting the Creed during the funeral as well as Christian singer-songwriter Lauren Daigle fumbling a question about homosexuality and sin under the spotlilght. How would we answer the question? We should be prepared, because we will inevitably have to.