The Digital Age

This week we spotlight one of our favorite new worship bands, The Digital Age. Fans of the David Crowder Band might recognize these guys - and there's good reason for that - so listen to our interview with them to find out why. Plus, Jesse finds a real shark attack (not a Megalodon one), we update you on the Left Behind movie, and Cameron makes a very important announcement.

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Bonus Content

Featured Videos

The Digital Age - "Believe"

Find out more about the band here

The Digital Age - "All The Poor And Powerless"

Episode Wiki

Notable Jokes & Runs

27:14 - A discussion begins about Tampa, FL ("It's a different kind of Floridian."), and people who own airboats. This leads to Eddie talking about his school being right next to the Monkey Island.

Notable Guest Moments

41:09 - Introduction to The Digital Age.

Other Notable Moments

5:14 - Jesse brings up the backlash against Cameron's comments about science fiction fans from last episode.

12:55 - A long discussion begins about the upcoming Nicholas Cage remake of Left Behind. They talk about Ashley Tisdale leaving the film, and Calvin suggests it should be called Left Behind: The Squeakquel.

21:57 - Jesse's slice about a shark attack survivor who has also survived lightning, rattlesnake bites, and monkey punches.

30:20 - Eddie's slice about a secret art installation beneath Times Square.

33:49 - Calvin's slice about a woman in England tweeting for help while trapped inside a church. He guesses what Obama, Rhianna, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, and Justin Bieber would tweet if they were locked in a church.

52:31 - Cameron announces his sabbatical from the podcast.

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Mike Murphy


Mike Murphy commented…

Just listened to the last podcast. Praying for you and your family Cameron. I know this is a hard season for you 3. Know that me and my family are praying for you, Maya, and Cohen.

Tasmini Aahuja


Tasmini Aahuja commented…

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Hammer bhuja


Hammer bhuja commented…

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Pakhi Jain


Pakhi Jain commented…

I have Just listed your previous podcast i am loving it. Praying for you and your family Cameron.

Apoorva Singh


Apoorva Singh commented…

The David Crowder Band has given us fun surprise en route to the release of their newest upcoming album, When David Crowder disbanded his Dove Award-winning modern worship band in 2012.
The last time I watched with David Crowder, his namesake band's album Remedy was new and rising up the charts.

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