Eastern & Western Theology: Trailer Parks in Heaven (Jay on Boiler Room)

On this Boiler Room we expanded the concept of coopted cults to cover more mainline religious movements and their use by the state or other entities. Branco Malic and I engage in a friendly, civil exchange concerning Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic differences. We also cover bizarre TV preachers and their notorious scams.

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4 Comments on Eastern & Western Theology: Trailer Parks in Heaven (Jay on Boiler Room)

  1. Outstanding show.
    IMHO, Some of your best Catholic/Orthodox theology material since your Deconstructing Vatican II monologue as well as your interview with Fr. Peter Heers.
    Not sure how well the Boiler Room regulars liked it, but I love it.

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