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What have we lied about reading?

Sometimes there’s a book that it seems like everyone’s read… but you haven’t. Some of us are normal and take it in stride. But a few of us feel a deep sense of shame about having not read it. Has that shame ever led us to lie about reading a book? That’s what we’re talking about today. 

Listen in as we discuss:

  • The differences between Minnesotan and Canadian accents
  • What big, cultural milestone series has Dave not read?
  • How one type of literature haunts Barnabas every day
  • Why Aaron didn’t read Harry Potter until 2016
  • Jason Bateman vs Paul Rudd, and why Michael B. Jordan isn’t a convincing villain

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Aaron Armstrong is the author of several books and screenplays, most recently I’m a Christian—Now What?: A Guide to Your New Life with Christ. From 2016 to 2021, he was the Brand Manager of The Gospel Project, and co-host of The Hero of the Story, a podcast presented by The Gospel Project.

Dave Schroeder is the VP of Marketing for B&H Publishing Group, contributor to LifeWay Books, and a lover of many books. 

Barnabas Piper is the author of several books, most recently The Curious Christian (B&H 2017), Marketing Manager for B&H Academic, and the co-host of The Happy Rant

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