The majority of today’s program was focused on Shabir Ally’s objections to the atonement. But, I also added a special addition at the end of the program, where I played two songs from one man…a man who is…two men. Mylo Hatzenbuhler we have heard a few times before but, we haven’t before heard his “other side,” the more serious side, the work of the real Mylo, Clyde Bauman. So don’t turn the program off after the end! Once the closing credits are over, I play Mylo’s classic number, “Pickup to Lemmon,” and I follow that with Clyde Bauman singing Dvorak’s, “Goin Home” from the New World Symphony. For more info on Mylo’s music, visit his website! He’s a good brother in the Lord.