It's easy to keep up-to-date nowadays with sports news, entertainment, politics and the like, but there is one thing that these platforms are missing: a biblical perspective. We're your hosts Anthony and TJ, and we look at current events through an unapologetic, unadulterated, scripture-inspired lens. We are two men with a backbone and dominion. Gain a deeper understanding by listening to these Cavemen, and challenge your mentality. Not a Christian? We challenge you. This podcast is still for everybody to enjoy. Put simply, these Cavemen make fire.
In this week's episode, the Cavemen do a little bit of catching up and share what they have been up to during their week off. Caveman TJ shares the big production he has been working on in "The Dream Team" play that he has put together from the ground up. Additionally, the two Cavemen have a meaningful and productive discussion regarding an article from CNN about a "fat mannequins" that have been put into place inside of a Nike store in the UK. The article makes some interesting claims regarding to what society sees as "normal" mannequins and how it has misrepresented what healthy truly is. Tune in and hear the input of the Cavemen and enjoy!
In this week's episode, the Cavemen talk about what is going on in the NBA Finals series, Andy Ruiz Jr. who became the first ever Mexican Heavyweight Champion, as well as the common argument that Christians hear all the time: "You can't judge me" or "Only God can judge me". Of course, the Cavemen talk about the weirdest news of the week along with their new segment "Quotes We Like This Week" for some good food for thought. Additionally, there is much more fire involved within this episode. Tune in and don't miss out on this week's episode! Enjoy!
In this episode, the Cavemen discuss a wide variety of topics. They start things off with a new segment: A Quote We Like This Week. Shortly after, they discuss an important topic in the political realm, followed by some commentary of hot new music by KB and NF along with some very odd news that made headlines this week in a segment they simply dubbed "Weirdest News of the Week". Tune in and enjoy their takes on current events and other hot topics. Enjoy!
In this week's episode, the Cavemen of course let their listeners know what is going on in the sports realm, but also touch on a very important personal/spiritual issue. Listen in as the Cavemen discuss the importance of applying discipline to one's life and how it can dramatically change and transform one's mindset. If you have ever wondered what exactly being disciplined means, the Cavemen have some good insight and personal experiences that you don't want to miss out on. Enjoy!
In this Cavemen extra, TJ interviews Anthony as he discusses critical situations he faced this past year and vital lessons he learned that helped him overcome obstacles. He also talks about fear, and how he has learned how important it is to live a fearless life and not let it control your decision-making. Tune in and enjoy.
In this week's episode, the Cavemen discuss a range of current events. The well-known cartoon Arthur introduces a gay character, the Alabama abortion bill, and important sports updates are among the few topics discussed in this light-hearted yet real-talk episode packed with important discussion and challenges for the listeners. Also, stay tuned for an extra to drop later this week. Enjoy!
In this week's episode, the Cavemen talk about the miraculous shot that was heard around the world... Kawhi Leonard's shot. Moreover, the two discuss a tweeted "Sex Strike' by Alyssa Milano and what she is truly advocating for, and they also touch on some interesting sports/political news about a transgender powerlifter. Of course, there is some more interesting topics, such as the new high school 100m dash record and more. Tune in, and please leave a review for our podcast as that would greatly help us and feedback is always appreciated via email, twitter or a voice message via anchor.fm! Enjoy.
In this last part of episode 7, the Cavemen discuss how important it is to have self-control and explain why being quick to anger is a major weakness while providing an unfortunate example in recent news. Also, they delve into the recent attacks involving over 600 missiles being launched into Israel and the history behind these acts of war between these nations. In addition, an interesting article is discussed where science has successfully made steps toward turning one's dream into a movie. Much more is also discussed, be sure to dive in with us and tune in!
In this episode, the Cavemen talk about the Kentucky Derby and give their thoughts on the disqualification of Maximum Security. Also, TJ was able to witness the Canelo vs. Jacobs weigh-in a day before the fight in Las Vegas and shares his experience. Additionally, Joyner Lucas recently released a new single called "Devil's Work" and the Cavemen give their commentary on the hot brand new single. Furthermore, Met Gala 2019 came and went with many men making statements with their fashion; the Cavemen have a few things to point out to their listeners. And, of course, the Cavemen give their listeners a bit of a bonus with some freestyle of their own. Tune in and check out this fun show!
In this first episode of the "How the Fire was Created" series, the Cavemen interview a highly talented musician who is also a youth leader in his church out of Las Vegas, Nevada. Jeremiah tells us his what background he has came out of (his powerful testimony) as well as his music background and how God has used his life. In this must-watch interview, the Cavemen and Jeremiah Allen speak on important issues regarding the youth and how Christian music can effectively reach out and positively impact this younger generation.
In this episode, the Cavemen discuss how to become a leader and the characteristics that one must have in order to successfully lead a team or group. The most important characteristic is discussed as well as other necessary traits that the Cavemen have seen in previous leaders. Also, family allegiance and how to deal with manipulative family members is discussed based on personal experiences that the Cavemen have gone through. Tune in with them, as this one gets good!
In this part of episode 5, the Cavemen discuss the difference between being rich and being wealthy. There are some interesting contrasts between the two that are mentioned and the importance of understanding the difference between the two is also discussed. Additionally, a recent quote from Damian Lillard of the Portland Trailblazers is talked about regarding how he views pressure. Tune right in with the Cavemen!
In this episode, the Cavemen give a recap of the 1st round of the NFL Draft, and as fans of both the Arizona Cardinals and Oakland Raiders, they had much to say. With Kyler Murray going number one overall to the Arizona Cardinals, TJ had a few things to say about this selection. Also, Nick Bosa and his past are also discussed. Hope you enjoy!
In this week's episode, the Cavemen dive in and give some personal experiences in dealing with discouragement, the recent attacks on Christian churches, the effects of the Keto diet long-term and more. Not to mention, each short clip of beats in between segments have been produced by The Cavemen themselves. Enjoy.
In today's show, we talk about Tiger Woods' triumphant victory and what he had to overcome, personal experiences we have had dealing with fear and anxiety, and the epidemic of suicide that has swept this generation.
In today's show we talk about the shutdown of the AAF and what it means for its (ex)athletes, some more news about "Creepy Uncle Biden", and a major societal issue that is digging its roots deep into our culture. Listen in as The Cavemen weigh in on these current events with an interesting and biblical perspective.
As the podcast's pilot episode, we give you our backgrounds and where we came from. We believe our testimonies are something that you can relate to and we spill out all the beans with our personal stories and experiences. Also, a brief description of the podcast is included as well as why we felt the need to start the podcast in the first place.