StudioJake On The Michael Knowles Show- Halloween Or Reformation Day

Yes, The Daily Wire‘s own cultural correspondent and podcast host Michael Knowles is wearing a Moana dress. Yes, the Polynesian Disney princess’ outfit is a tight fit for the man. How does he fit into so many dresses?

This year’s Halloween, ‘The Michael Knowles Show’ invited yours truly, The Conservative Millennial aka Allie Stuckey, and writer Kira Davis onto the Panel of Deplorables. I’m a Texas Ranger, of course. We were suppose to talk politics, but Knowles, a devout Catholic, shared some myths about Protestant reformer Martin Luther. While his analysis was fair, he did make some minor observations that were somewhat misconstrued.

No problem. His all Protestant Panel set him straight. Allie set him straight on the reasons behind Martin Luther’s famous 95 thesis (at least before the bitterness set in.) Kira reminded everyone that these things do not matter to the heart and that it is all about Jesus Christ. I joined in and added a historical analysis while also pointing out that early Evangelicals were persecuted as well.

In the end, we all rejoiced in the fact that our salvation is in Jesus Christ and that Christians should be united in this world. Check out the exchange from episode 50 below:

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