On this episode of Polemics Report, JD discusses a judge asking churches to “register” their services in the wake of coronavirus, his confessions about adultery, and then discusses Phil Johnson being wrong about something (forsooth). Then, he moves on to discuss why it’s your responsibility to defend your rights.
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