Season 2 Recap: Reflecting Back, Looking Forward

May 02, 2022 00:30:06
Season 2 Recap: Reflecting Back, Looking Forward
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Season 2 Recap: Reflecting Back, Looking Forward
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Show Notes

Host Matthew Wickman and producers Abby Thatcher and Bobbe May talk about Season 2 of the podcast, discussing meaningful themes and ideas from each of our season’s wonderful guests. They also look ahead to Season 3, beginning in September 2022.

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