Welcome to the Bluffers Guide to Christian Theology: Who is Jesus and what did he do? It's almost a guarantee that by the end of these podcasts you'll know more impressive multi-syllable words to use in scrabble games than from any other module on rejesus. Not to mention a rather sound grasp of some of the more academic aspects of biblical interpretation.
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