Trying to discover where ultimate truth really begins and ends - if it even exists - can be brutal work. Getting support from someone who has struggled with the same issues is invaluable. In A Man Who Told Us the Truth, author Will Davis Jr. wrestles with questions of truth and spiritual realities, offering a bridge between spiritually inquisitive people and the person of Jesus Christ. Written in a language that seekers and the nonreligious will understand, this remarkable book asks the hard questions about faith.
"You can handle the truth"
A man will endlessly torture his muscles until they shriek and complain. But he will not give in. He will take a hammer to his ceiling until the neighbors begin to watch from the window and the journalists knock at the door. He will continue to train and hack away at the house until it is finished and the trapeze is in place. Although his parents thought he was nice and kindhearted and teachers saw him as a good boy, secretly he hated his drab, ordered world and longed for more.
DJ Will (He Or Won't He) Arnett presents "The Imaginary Radio Program," a whirlwind of musical sketch comedy from the mind of Drennon Davis. You'll hear everything from country western songs about impotence to EDM bangers about OCD. And maybe an obligatory airhorn or two. Or three. They always come in threes, everyone knows that.
[Contains explicit content] Regardless of the collective angst looming over the November vote, it's time to take a moment to laugh at how far we've come this election season and all the characters we've met along the way. The Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. is our host of this Elections episode of Sounds Like America, where you'll hear a mash-up of hilarious cracks about every candidate -- including The Donald, Hillary, and Bernie.