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ESPN’s Pat McAfee Stops Program to Talk About Salvation

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On “The Pat McAfee Show,” a sports-focused program, a casual conversation unexpectedly turned to theological matters when one of the regulars questioned a commercial about determining salvation.

While the atmosphere was light-hearted, the discussion briefly delved into serious reflections about heaven and hell.

“Did you guys see that new commercial that’s saying, like, you want to find out if you’re going to heaven or hell?” Campbell asked randomly. (Trending: Hollywood A-Listers Revealed In Epstein Court Documents)

“Have you seen this? They’re sending people to a website,” Campbell added.

“Documentary I saw is they make you relive your worst memory over and over and over,” guest Anthony DiGuilio said in regard to Hell.

“That’s what hell is?” McAfee asked.

“That’s what they said,” DiGuilio said.

“It’s just eternal damnation,” Ty Schmit jumped in.

“Well, we watched different documentaries,” DiGuilio joked.

“That sounds like the same — eternal damnation,” McAfee said.

Despite the show’s primary focus on sports, the spontaneous theological exchange provided an unusual and engaging moment for viewers, demonstrating the unexpected ways in which discussions about spirituality can emerge.

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