Episode 251: The Guys Talk Words (with Dr. Mark Paustian)

  • 00:00 – Introduction
  • 00:00 – Free-for-All (No Free-for-All)
  • 05:45 – Main Topic (The Guys Talk Words)

In episode TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY-ONE, Wade, Mike, Jason and Mark Paustian (a returning guest) from Martin Luther College recorded from Jason’s basement compound. We thank Mark for joining us after his wonderful Veritas lecture at St. John’s, Mukwonago. You can check out his new podcast, Where Two or Three, wherever you catch your podcasts and his most recent book, Our Worth to Him, at Northwestern Publishing House. We hope you enjoy the episode!

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