Rekindling the Intellectual, Spiritual, Creative legacy of Christians in Culture

In the 1990's, while broadcasting from Chicago, I learned that Alistair Begg, a popular Scottish-born pastor, was passionate about The Beatles. I asked him to come on-the-air and talk about it. He offered interesting insights into the spiritual longings expressed in the Beatles songs. For a more comprehensive look, check out British journalist Steve Turner's "The Gospel According to the Beatles."

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  1. Pastor Begg meant Stuart Sutcliffe as the one who died in 1962 of a brain aneurysm. (Lennon’s friend, who played bass for the Beatles in Hamburg.)

    Not Pete Best, who was the Beatles drummer before Ringo joined the group.

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