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I Did “Converse with Scholars” Tonight

By Mark D. Roberts | Friday, November 30, 2007

Yes, right in the middle of the Cowboys and Packers football game! We did have about 60 people in the conversation. In a couple of days you can download the whole session, which lasted about 90 minutes. For now, let me encourage you to check out the “Converse with Scholars” website. Lots of fantastic material there . . . for free! And while you’re at it, see what else you can find from Reclaiming the Mind Ministries. This is a wonderful online service.

Topics: Can We Trust the Gospels?, Thinking about Faith |

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