And it’s a new year with The Art of Redemption Podcast as we kick it off with some small talk and banter about our current issues in life. We also talk about Cody and the Shish Kabob incident.
In this new series, we tackle The Lord of the Rings and its overarching Christian themes and analogies throughout. We are excited to hit this series and excited about the new listenership we have.
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You know thats what I’ve been told that there is no such things as too big a nerd! Some are just on a more advanced level of nerderdom I suppose.
Also, flannel graph Christianity. That is perfect.
Have we taken the same quizzes? I’ve done all the trivia, listened to all the podcasts I could find, and written my own book about LotR. There is no such thing as being too big a nerd. There just isn’t.
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