What Is True Freedom? And What’s The Deal With Choose Your Own Adventure Books?

April 29th, 2016 · 47 mins 34 secs

About this Episode

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In this episode Scott talks with Geoff Holsclaw, author of, most recently,  Transcending Subjects: Augustine, Hegel and Theology, and the co-host of the Theology On Mission Podcast. The usual suspects (Scott, Ethan Richardson and Sarah Condon) go on to talk Choose Your Own Adventure books, smugness, as well as reflecting on a story about a judge that sentences a veteran to 24 hours in jail, then joins him behind bars.

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