In the twenty-eighth episode of The Babylon Bee podcast, editor-in-chief Kyle Mann and creative director Ethan Nicolle welcome you to the Babylon Bee Christmas Special which will be much much better than the Star Wars Holiday special. Well, at least better than The Last Jedi. Kyle and Ethan talk to Captain Andy Miller of the Salvation Army, bring in two scholars to debate the existence of Santa Claus, talk Christmas movies, and read listener submitted stories.
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Stories Of The Week: Christmas stories over the years
Story 1 (2018) - Mall Santa Arrested For Punching Man Who Denied Divinity Of Christ
Story 2 (2017)- New Museum Memorializes Fallen Heroes In The War On Christmas
Story 3 (2016)- Starbucks Unveils New Satanic Holiday Cups
Dramatic Poem: The War On Christmas
Interview: A conversation with Captain Andy Miller III of The Salvation Army. Andy Miller is a sixth-generation Salvation Army officer who loves Jesus, his family, and the opportunity to serve God through The Salvation Army. He and his wife, Captain Abby Miller, have been officers since 2007. Andy is Area Commander of The Salvation Army - Tampa.
Main Topic: Christmas
The Great Debate for the Existence Of Santa with William Lane Kringle and Scrooge McDawkins
Kyle and Ethan’s Top Five Christmas movies:
#5 Kyle: Die Hard, Ethan: Jingle All The Way
#4 Kyle: Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, Ethan: Gremlins
#3 Kyle: Home Alone, Ethan: Die Hard
#2 Kyle: It's Christmas Time Again, Charlie Brown, Ethan: A Christmas Story
#1 Kyle: The Santa Clause, Ethan: Home Alone
Listener submitted Christmas stories
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Should you tell your kids Santa is real? Kyle, Ethan, and Dan debate.
More listener stories
Ethan and Kyle share their own Christmas stories
Dave DeAndrea reads NOEL By JRR Tolkien
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