This week, Jared and Karl try to formulate a theology of privacy, in response to last week's revelations about the NSA's domestic eavesdropping operations. If God is always with us, then privacy can't be all that important to Christians, because we're never outside the notice of our creator. But God is love, and we trust God's intentions, whereas we might not trust the intentions of a business or a government. We keep tinkering with these issues as we study Luke 7:36-8:3, and end with a rousing discussion of Mary Oliver's poem "The Summer Day" and Marianne Williamson's famous quote about being brilliant, gorgeous, talented and fabulous. Listen to the podcast here or subscribe through the iTunes store.