God & Man | Jeff Medders | Ep. 127

Sep 14, 2020

The first episode of Kindled’s Christianity & Culture series! 

In this episode, we ask the questions “Who is God?” and “Who is man?” and compare a biblical with a secular worldview answer to those questions. 

Jeff Medders, author of Humble Calvinism and other books, joins host Haley Williams.

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