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#35 Misquoting the Bible, Jeremiah 29:11


Jeremiah 29:11 is a very popular verse in our culture. It is found all over–on coffee mugs, in greeting cards, and even on tattoos. It can become easily misused, but it certainly casts our hope forward to the ultimate hope and plan that God has through the Lord Jesus Christ.


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Coming Soon: A New Series on Reformation

Hi So What? Podcast listeners!
Our current series, The Gospel According to Heretics, has come to a close soon. We are not taking a short break to discuss commonly misunderstood or misused verses until our next series, The Protestant Reformation, in line with the 500th anniversary of Luther’s famous 95 Theses being nailed to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg. As we are lining up world-class scholars to join the show, we would like your input!

Who would you like on the show? What would you like to learn about the Reformation? What reformer would you like to know more about? What questions do you have about the Protestant movement?

Let us know at hello@sowhatpodcast.com or by replying below. No suggestion is a bad or unwelcome, unless it is playing a Nickelback song as our opening song. That’s a terrible suggestion. Why would you even say that?

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