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What’s Happening with Marriage and Religious Liberty? A Conversation with Andrew T. Walker [Podcast]

by Bill Blankschaen Read Profile arrow_right_alt

If you are like a lot of Christians—or even conservative folks, you’re blown away by how quickly marriage and religious liberty have seemed to crumble in recent years. What are we to make of it all in light of the seemingly constant pressure to be made to care?

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In this latest episode of The FaithWalker’s Podcast, I share a conversation with Andrew T. Walker of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention. He is also the co-author of the book Marriage Is in which he argues marriage is not up for debate.


We talk about why the assault on marriage is taking place, how it all came about, and where it is headed.

Most importantly, I share this interview to equip you to live an authentic life with abundant faith even though much of today’s culture in America may say that you are a freak for doing so.

You are not alone. Never forget it.

Listen here online, subscribe via iTunes, or explore additional episodes to help you live an authentic life with abundant faith.

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