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Jon Harris hosts Christian Nationalists AD Robles, Dusty Deevers, Joel Webbon, and William Wolfe to provide clarification on their differences with Josh Buice, Scott Aniol, and Virgil Walker. more
Jon talks to Dr. Benjamin Esswein, a Reformation historian, about what the Reformers thought about the relationship between church and state. more
Rev. Jake Dell talks about his recent piece for Truthscript on whether “Reconquista” a Good Strategy for the Mainline Churches. Rev. Dell is a pastor in the Episcopalian Church. more
I remember the Liberty Fencing Club 😂 more
Thanks Jon! Conversations that Matter is a “go to” for me. Very well-reasoned conversations and great interviews/debates.
My husband and I have learned a lot from Jon. Trying to make sense of the crazy things going on in our old church and the world. We’re thankful for men like you!
Thanks for the time and effort you put in to creating each episode. While I don’t always agree with your perspective, you often give me lots to think about. I appreciate it!
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Conversations That Matter launched 4 years ago and published 701 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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