She spent years working with Scientology’s “tech,” and was trusted to oversee the auditing of Tom Cruise. Claire, you wanted to interrupt our journey up the Bridge this week? Once again, Scientology has managed to create public uproar with its bald-faced lies, denying that it engages in the forced disconnection of families.
THE BUNKER: Yes, the church seems to have stepped in it again.
Looking at the relevant passages it is clear that the Bible does indeed endorse slavery.
In the Old Testament God approved the practice and laid down rules for buyers and sellers (Exodus 21:1-11, Leviticus ).
Also, we look ahead to the Pope, Missy, and the reveal of what’s in the vault.
Our panel discusses this haunted house story and come up with insights and little-known facts that not only bear on this episode, but start to put together the broader picture of the rest of the season.
To prove the strength of Job's faith, God sends Satan to test him by visiting disasters upon him.
Let us know what you think by leaving feedback below. As the 70s ban Sweet sang, “Your love is like oxygen.” We discuss space zombies, a nagging Nardole, Bill’s first true jeopardy, and a call back by the Doctor all the way to the very First Doctor’s time. Cory Sticha, and Dom Bettinelli discuss and analyze the sixth episode of the 10th Season of Doctor Who entitled “Extremis”. Zombie monks, the Pope, Missy, and a deadly book all bring the blinded Doctor, Nardole, and Bill together to begin their battle against a new foe. Cory Sticha, Dom Bettinelli, and Jimmy Akin discuss and analyze the fourth episode of the 10th Season of Doctor Who entitled “Knock, Knock”. Cory Sticha, and Dom Bettinelli discuss and analyze the third episode of the 10th Season of Doctor Who entitled “Thin Ice”. Emojibots, Scots in space, and callbacks to old Doctor Who episodes are all part of the discussion. Cory Sticha, Dom Bettinelli, and Jimmy Akin discuss and analyze the second episode of the 10 Season of Doctor Who entitled “Smile”.