On this episode of Polemics Report for June 8th, 2021, JD explains the origins of his issues with former contributors at Pulpit and Pen like Kofi Adu-Boahen, who violated the trust of his fellow ministers and attacked Protestia, and the difficulty of constantly being attacked by so-called “respectable” public ministers. In the patron portion, JD explains the “heathen sprinkling” of the Presbyterians and what happened to orthodox black churches in the mid 20th century.
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