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116c Talking about The Early Church with Dr. James Papandrea

September 17, 2021
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Episode 116c Talking about The Early Church with Dr. James Papandrea

Description: Today we continue or Summer of Scholars series or Winter of Wisdom for those in the southern hemisphere. I am very happy to be joined by Professor James Papandrea. Dr. Papandrea is one of my favorite modern day Church historians. I mean come on, who doesn’t have their favorite church historians? If they had baseball cards on them, I would collect them all! Anyway, we have a wide ranging conversation about all things Early Church. This is part 1 of a 2 part conversation with Professor Papandrea. Look for part 2 soon!

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Steve Guerra is a historian and podcaster who hosts three different shows. He started with the History of the Papacy Podcast in 2013. In 2017, Steve began Beyond the Big Screen, a podcast that delves into the fascinating stories behind films through lively interviews. His newest show, Organized Crime and Punishment, takes a deep dive into the roots, evolution, and impact of organized crime across different cultures and countries.
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