We live in a world that is easily outraged and quick to boycott people or companies who say or do something the collective society doesn’t like. If a company loses business, someone gets fired, or a social media account is blocked, it’s been canceled. But is “cancel culture” a new thing only recently made possible by social media or has it always existed in some form? Can the threat of being canceled serve a positive purpose? How should Christians respond when something goes against their convictions? On this episode, Ryan Lehtinen talks with Aaron Lutz and Lance Lawson about cancel culture and its impacts on society and the church.