Betsy and Greg welcome special guests Ben Courchesne and Sarah Condon to talk about the new Hulu series, The Handmaid’s Tale. How is the religious dystopia of the fictional Gilead a reflection of our world today?
This week I will be thinking about true martyrs — people that honestly suffered and quite often died for something they believed in that was greater than themselves
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