Podcast: Malcolm Yarnell, Danny Akin, and Other Dumb Liberals

Podcast: Malcolm Yarnell, Danny Akin, and Other Dumb Liberals

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On this episode of Polemics Report, JD discusses the awesome petition to make Malcolm Yarnell resign from Southwestern Seminary under the weight of his own words. Then, he skewers SEBTS president, Danny Akin, and demonstrates that Akin is a liar and exposes him as intentionally dishonest. Then, JD answers a whole bunch of sincere questions with biblical answers.

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