Ep. 184: Grove City and “Wokeness,” Church Buys $8-M Mansion, and SBC Sex Abuse Costs Rise
On today’s program, The Southern Baptist Convention could spend up to $4-million to deal with clergy sex abuse issues. And Grove City College is dealing with controversies related to “wokeness” and “critical race theory.” We begin today with the story of a church that has paid $8.3 million for a Tampa, Florida-area estate.
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