Listen now (37 mins) | For the past two weeks, tens of thousands of people, most of them college students, poured into a small chapel at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky. Some drove from South Carolina and Oklahoma. Others flew in from Canada and Singapore. They waited in line for hours to stand next to people they share nothing in common with except for a single conviction: God was visiting a two-stoplight town in Kentucky.
Beautifully covered and very powerful. Stirs my soul. Thank you, Bari.
Wonderful coverage. Thank you for the honest, good faith, reporting.
Well done, objective, interesting
I dissent. This was not good coverage of this event.
It is often beneficial to send a disengaged “man from Mars” to impartially observe a phenomenon to glean unbiased coverage. But I challenge the notion that an observer who self-admittedly has zero exposure to religious or spiritual movements can provide a deep understanding of the experience.
Objectivity and ignorance of the subject matter are not the same thing.
Thanks for a respectful and honest treatment of this. Keep up the great work.
The god-hole being plugged by God.