53: Hodgepodgecast (Theology Edition)

Episode 53 May 27, 2016 00:49:25
The Christian Artist
53: Hodgepodgecast (Theology Edition)

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In this episode, Caleb, Connor, and Hannah have our first Hodgepodgecast! A new little series of episodes that will probably appear when we are at a lack for concrete episode ideas, Hodgepodgecasts include lots of talking about anything and everything related to Christianity and/or art. This week we end up discussing various deep theological topics, such as hell, faith, the path of salvation, and (answering a listener question) speaking in tongues. 

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