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Release Date: 07/12/2019

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A roundtable discussion on Hermeneutics with Dr. Richard Barcellos. We discuss the importance of learning how to read and interpret the bible. What is the letter and what is the Spirit of biblical interpretation? Are we to emulate the hermeneutical methods of the Apostles? What is Christocentricity?