Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Upbeat and in-depth, Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey breaks down the latest in culture, news, theology & politics from a Christian, conservative perspective. Allie’s fresh analysis of the most important issues provides an entertaining and effective way to stay in the know.

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October 4, 2022 42 min
Today we'll take a deep dive into an often-misinterpreted Bible verse: Micah 6:8. Some on the progressive side of Christianity use this verse to give credence to their social justice narratives, but is this verse really about making changes to society? --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise: http...
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Today we're joined by David Limbaugh and Christen Limbaugh Bloom, co-authors of "The Resurrected Jesus: The Church in the New Testament." The father-daughter team discuss their individual faith journeys and what inspired them to team up to write this book. Then, we take a look at a few theological questions: Does it matter if we believe in the bodily resurrection of Jesus? Do works matter when it comes to salvation or t...
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Today we're joined by the founders of Good Ranchers, Ben and Corley Spell, who share their story of being called to start a meat company. From their beginnings in ministry and event planning, they have been faithful to God's guidance and direction while growing their company. We discuss the history of lax standards in meat processing and packaging and how companies can get away with putting a "packaged in America" s...
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Today we’re discussing new studies cautioning vaccinated women who are breastfeeding babies younger than 6 months old, which say that the possible mRNA exposure in breast milk is unsafe. Of course, we were all previously told explicitly that the vaccine could not cause any damage to babies being breastfed. New studies also reveal how these vaccines actually affect menstrual cycles, after months of being told they don’t. Then, we’re...
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Today we start with some heavy news that just proves the point we were making in the last episode: An elderly woman in Michigan was shot over her pro-life beliefs, and the nation mostly didn't hear about it. Then, we discuss Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams' wildly conspiratorial claim that the idea of a "fetal heartbeat" was made up by men to control women. And, California Governor Gavin Newsom is tryi...
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September 26, 2022 59 min
Today we’re kicking off this episode with good news! Italy just elected its first female prime minister, Giorgia Meloni. We listen to her compelling speech highlighting the reality and importance of gender, natural families, and Christianity. Giorgia Meloni says yes to sexual identity and no to gender ideology. Meloni is proof that people are tired of left-wing chaos and are ready for more conservative leadership. Then, we talk abo...
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Today we're joined by husband, father, and co-founder of "God First, Life Second" John Mason to discuss biblical dating, marriage, modesty, and morality. We talk about his journey to salvation and how he ended up working in the church. John tells the story of how he met his wife (on Facebook!) and how they trusted God with boundaries. He shares the importance of finding time for your spouse even when surrounded by kids,...
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Today we start off with yet another distasteful TikTok glorifying abortion and reiterate that this is not a rare occurrence in the pro-abortion camp. Then, we discuss Chrissy Teigen's recent comments about her miscarriage, which she now labels a "life-saving abortion." Many were not surprised that Teigen and her husband, John Legend, who are political activists, would tie this tragedy to the issue of abortion rights pos...
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Today we're starting off with a hilarious clip of CNN's Don Lemon getting schooled on reparations by royal commentator Hilary Fordwich, and we discuss why the idea of reparations is based on a collectivist mentality and has no grounding in Christian theology. Then, we look at the story of an Ontario shop teacher who came to school with gigantic prosthetic breasts on and how his school district released a statement in suppor...
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Today we're discussing the migrant "crisis" in Martha's Vineyard. Last week, Governor Ron DeSantis sent 48 illegal immigrants from Texas to Martha's Vineyard, a self-proclaimed sanctuary city, in effect making a brilliant statement on Democrat immigration policies and "sanctuary" locations. In about 48 hours, these immigrants were moved elsewhere as Martha's Vineyard couldn't handle the influx of...
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Today we’re joined by Dr. Neil Shenvi, chemist, author, and Christian apologist, to discuss his book "Why Believe: A Reasoned Approach to Christianity" and to talk all things apologetics. Dr. Shenvi came to Christ while working for his Ph.D. in theoretical chemistry at UC Berkeley after a campus ministry worker handed him Christian literature. We talk about how important it is for Christians to display Christ in their lives...
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Today we're joined by Justin Haskins, author and editorial director of the Heartland Institute, to discuss the energy crisis, authoritarianism, and the crackdown on free speech and how these topics all relate to the Great Reset. We discuss King Charles' history with the green agenda and his ties to the World Economic Forum, including his co-sponsoring of the term "The Great Reset," and why he, as king, most likely w...
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Today we're discussing children's show "Peppa Pig" introducing a gay couple to its program for the first time and why this shouldn't be surprising in light of the progressive agenda to infiltrate children's programming. This happened after a large petition to include gay representation in the show garnered close to 24,000 signatures. We talk about the crazy narrative that "Christian nationalism" is t...
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Today we're starting off with a look back at 9/11 and how it changed the country as we knew it. We talk about why we should focus on faithful advocacy in America and how there is potential for optimism despite how bleak America currently looks. Then, we discuss the Left's responses to 9/11, many of which equate 9/11 to events like the January 6 riot. We'll go over why this is such a dangerous philosophy. We'll look ...
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Today we're talking to Texas Senator Brian Birdwell, a survivor of the 9/11 terror attack on the Pentagon. Sen. Birdwell recounts his struggle for survival on that day and shares some of his thoughts on what's going on in the current cultural and political climate. WARNING: Part of Sen. Birdwell's story includes graphic details of the injuries he sustained on 9/11. --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (&am...
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Today we're joined by Seth Dillon, CEO of the Babylon Bee, to talk censorship, social media, and satire. We discuss his excellent defense of the pro-life stance during his recent appearance on "The Joe Rogan Experience." Then, we talk about Libs of TikTok's ban from Twitter last week after the account posted a recording of Children's National Hospital openly admitting to performing hysterectomies on minors. Libs...
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Today we’re chatting with British journalist and author Louise Perry about her new book, “The Case Against the Sexual Revolution: A New Guide to Sex in the 21st Century.” In her book, Louise gets into the nitty-gritty of the standard progressive narrative our culture pushes about sex. We discuss the sexual revolution era's promises of liberation, satisfaction, and happiness, when in reality it only brings about pain, confusion,...
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Today we're taking a long look at Biden's prime-time address from last week and the many delusional, inflammatory statements in it. In his speech, Biden claimed that "MAGA Republicans" are a threat to democracy and seemed to broaden the definition of "MAGA Republican" to anyone who opposes abortion. He, along with Karine Jean-Pierre, White House press secretary, called Republicans "extreme" for going...
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Today, we're taking a break from news stories and theological issues to answer some of your questions! Topics include the morality of euthanasia, whether companies should provide paternity leave, and thoughts on the potential upcoming red wave in November. --- Timecodes: [1:11] If you could change something about how you grew up, would you and why? [2:53] Advice on a sister’s marriage [4:47] Does anyone check the emails for ...
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Today we're looking into a recent story about a college volleyball player who claimed that someone in the crowd continuously yelled a racial slur while she was playing. The problem? It didn't happen. Then, we talk Meghan Markle's interview with the Cut, in which she seems to compare herself to Nelson Mandela, and explain why she should stop trying to play the victim and the hero at the same time. We discuss how the Amer...
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