Plodcast Ep. 68 - Direct Actions, Militant Normals, Amentanoetos

November 14, 2018 00:13:12
Plodcast Ep. 68 - Direct Actions, Militant Normals, Amentanoetos
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Plodcast Ep. 68 - Direct Actions, Militant Normals, Amentanoetos
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Show Notes

This week Douglas Wilson talks about people who refuse to abide by the election results. He then goes on to recommend Kurt Schlichter’s book, “Militant Normals.” Wrapping it up with a look at “Amentanoetos,” a New Testament word only used once! Happy plodding!

 

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