Seeing the recent efforts of Andy Stanley, a prominent evangelical pastor from Georgia, to get the church out of politics, James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana consider how this mirrors the efforts of the founding fathers to keep religion separate from politics and governance and why this concept can resonate from both a political and religious perspective (01:19). The guys also raise the alarm about the looming dead pool in Lake Mead which could result in parts of the U.S. losing access to sources of water and electricity (30:43).
The evangelical church faces a ‘state of emergency’ over the pandemic and politics, Andy Stanley says (CNN)
Drought-stricken US warned of looming ‘dead pool’ (BBC)
California threatens ‘mandatory water restrictions’ if people don’t cut back (The Guardian)