Richard Rohr - S01E01

Episode 1 June 15, 2018 01:08:02
Richard Rohr - S01E01
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Richard Rohr - S01E01

Jun 15 2018 | 01:08:02

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Richard Rohr - Cosmic Christ & Revival Fr. Richard Rohr discusses with Jarrod his new book on the Cosmic Christ, weaponisation of the Bible, and wisdom for those seeking a justice revival. Don’t miss our “Is Rohr Wrong?” discussion with Dr. Ben Myers and Dr. Byron Smith on our Patreon Page: [www.patreon.com/inverse](http://www.patreon.com/inverse)

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