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Joel McDurmon on the “Biblical and Reformed” podcast

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It was great to visit recently with the “Biblical and Reformed” Podcast and Dawain Atkinson. The audio is now up. I would like to thank Dawain and the other members of B.A.R. for this opportunity and for their time. I really enjoyed it!

You can check out the audio here.

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This week on The B.A.R. Podcast we have well known author Joel McDurmon. He talk about his new book and many more.

Check out his website and book here: American Vision website

Here’s the book: The Problem of Slavery in Christian America

Here is the post on books that have influenced me [Joel McDurmon]

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