The Austin Anderson Program
Comedian Austin Anderson talks about local and world topics, the absurdities of life, and the treasure of existence—all from a Gospel perspective. The Austin Anderson Program airs live weekdays;
Monday – Friday from 6am-7am in Omaha on 660AM and 106.5FM
On today's program Austin shares a story about how God saved his dog the night before. And then goes over a block of scripture from Romans and the implications of what it is saying.
On today's program Jarell joins Austin and they talk about the new year and past stories like Y2K.
Fresh off of Christmas break on today's program Austin talks about his Christmas, the book of Ecclesiastes, James Madison, the take over of Russia by the communists, and why the second amendment is important.
The 3 PIPE PODCAST
When encountering a particularly difficult case, Sherlock Holmes once famously quipped, “"It is quite a three pipe problem, and I beg that you won't speak to me for fifty minutes." Likewise, the guys here at the Three Pipe Podcast gather for fifty(-ish) minutes each week to discuss the burning questions of life and belief. With wit, humor and no filter, no topic is off limits around this table of nobodies.
New Episode Every Saturday.
Season 4 of Netflix's Black Mirror is out. This modern day Twilight Zone does a good job of looking at humans as depraved and showing us that technology will not fill our desires. Three Pipe did a great episode last year and they pick right back up to discuss several of the new shows. (Spoilers)
The Gospel Coalition recently published a list of important church theme she from the last year. The guys talk about how the list went and what podcasts you can relisten to if you want to hear more.
The guys break down their Christmas and reflect on a the last 50 podcasts. What did they enjoy? What did they get wrong? Have they changed their minds about anything? This is the perfect time to thank our faithful listeners. We appreciate you more than you realize.
As Alabama's special election closes, the guys tackle Christianity and politics in light of the Roy Moore events. How important is a senate seat anyway? Where does our eschatological perspective intersect with our political urgency?