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Science Faction, Ezekiel, Apollos, & English Class Confessions

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We typically don’t talk a ton about Bible reading on the podcast. Not because we don’t care about it (because obviously we do), but because we typically assume that our Christian listeners are actively doing so. However, that’s not always a safe assumption to make, especially when we see how rampant biblical illiteracy has become. So this week, we are joined by Tara-Leigh Cobble, host of The Bible Recap podcast and author of the forthcoming book of the same name. Listen in as we discuss:

  • How adding verse numbers ruined Bible reading
  • Who wrote Hebrews
  • Why Tara-Leigh doesn’t like Ezekiel (and who would win in a fight between him and Luke)
  • Why Apollos is cool
  • Why I (Aaron) read so dang much
  • The unexpected surprise of an incredibly successful podcast
  • Audiobook playback speeds
  • Ways we cheated in school

All this and a whole bunch of apologies from… well, you’ll see.

A few of the books we mentioned on this episode

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