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When Tua Tagovailoa woke up Monday morning, he was a relatively unknown backup quarterback for the University of Alabama. Sure, he was a touted freshman signal-caller, perhaps the future for the Crimson Tide. But on Monday morning, few college football fans outside of Tuscaloosa knew who he was. By the time the clock struck midnight […]

Folks, a couple things to note up front. First, Pastor Toby Sumpter will be at the 2018 Shepherds’ Conference in February. For more details, see our Upcoming Events below.  Second, pay attention to our sponsors during commercial break. We are grateful for their support and partnership. To find out more about our partnerships (limited number) and […]

Happy New Year! We are so excited for 2018, and already have a full schedule of interviews ahead of us. We are also working on some special projects that we’re hoping to announce this spring. We are also scheduling, as our time allows, one CrossPolitic Live show per quarter. If you want to host a live […]

Folks, for the month of December, we invite you to celebrate advent with us by joining our club membership! If you sign up as a club member during December, and as supplies last, we will send you a CrossPolitic magnetic bumpersticker and a CrossPolitic special edition t-shirt (this shirt is not for sale online)! So Merry […]

After another dismal football season, the University of Tennessee has now fumbled its coaching search. Last week, the Volunteers had reached an agreement to hire Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano as its head football coach. However, the deal was dropped because of allegations that he knew about a sexual predator and did nothing—allegations which […]

So…witches are on the rise. Sadly, this is not the beginning of a stand-up comedy routine, but a religious trend in the United States. According to this report, millennials are trading traditional religion for witchcraft and astrology. A majority of young adults consider astrology to be scientific, while the psychic services industry has grown two-percent […]

Twenty-six of our brothers and sisters in Christ were gunned down a week ago during Sunday morning worship in Sutherland Springs, Texas. The victims ranged from unborn baby to seventy-seven-year-old, including eight people from one family. Devin Kelley, dishonorably discharged from the Air Force, walked into the church and emptied fifteen magazines from his AR-15 […]

This episode is a must-listen. Elise Crapuchettes, homemaker, author, and Duke law grad, joins us to discuss her new book, Popes and Feminists. Before the Reformation, the Roman Catholic Church did not consider the calling of a wife and mother to be holy. The only spiritual calling for women was to be found in a convent. […]

Racial reconciliation is all the rage these days, and rightly so. It is hard to deny the animosity and division that plague our nation and that race-based attitudes are often involved of such hostilities. Further, Galatians 3:28 and Colossians 3:11 are still in our Bibles, and believers are called to unity with their brothers and […]

Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein was outed as a sexual predator last week in a New York Times story. Or, more accurately, he was outed nationally and with corroborating evidence. His predations on young women have long been the rumor of the film industry. Thus far twenty-seven women have made public accusations against Weinstein, including Oscar […]


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