When we read the news, we read about our times. We read, we relate the news to our faith and beliefs and we see what it reveals. This is a discussion about one day in the news, January 15, 2007: President Bush believes he can achieve peace in the Middle East. Jack Bauer returns from China to save us all from terrorist threats. Advertisers fill every square inch of visible space with pitches for products. People magazine assigns 7 journalists to write 5 paragraphs about Britney Spears new romance, while six models die of anorexia in as many months. And CS Lewis reminds us, "horrible nations have horrible religions because they have been looking at God through a dirty lens." In our roundtable discussion you'll hear Bill Hogg, Heather Hawkins and Marty O'Donnell.