Thursday, May 16, 2019

Nico LaHood Releasing New Podcast, and Yes, It Really Is Called 'R-Rated Christianity'

Posted By on Thu, May 16, 2019 at 12:24 PM

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Nico LaHood is keeping busy after his one-term stint as Bexar County District Attorney. Since losing his seat to Joe Gonzales, LaHood has gone back to practicing law.

And he's got a brand new podcast.

LaHood's "R-Rated Christianity" is set to debut tonight on Facebook. Described as an "unfiltered gospel message," the podcast comes after nearly a decade of LaHood leading men's Bible studies.

The show's title may be his way of casting a wide net for his audience. In a recent interview with KENS 5, LaHood said, "We just have to be real and not put on a show for people." LaHood said that could even mean including "R-rated prayers" — whatever those are.



"[God] made us the way we are," he told KENS 5. "I'm not saying He condones all of our behavior, but He understands it."

If you want to hear what the controversial and candid attorney has to say, the first episode will be available here when it premieres at 8:30 p.m. Episodes are expected to air weekly.

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