"It's my life, I can do what I want, when I want, with whom I want . . . as long as nobody gets hurt."

In this proactive 7-part series, Michael Vowell plunges into the moral mayhem addressed in the earliest letter of the Brit Chadashah, the letter of Jacob.

Michael will bring to the foreground the troubling background of this letter and its moral imperatives as a filter through which to view and evaluate our own twenty-first century culture.