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Hannah Anderson is an writer and speaker who life in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia with her husband and 3 kids. Her do the job explores themes of human flourishing with a unique aim on how ecology, gender, and socioeconomics affect non secular development. Apart from staying a regular contributor to Christianity Now, she has authored multiple guides which include All That’s Very good: Recovering the Misplaced Art of Discernment and the not too long ago launched Heaven and Character Sing.
Sarah Isgur is at this time a staff members writer at The Dispatch, hosts the lawful podcast Advisory Opinions, and often seems as a lawful analyst on cable news. Prior to joining The Dispatch, Sarah served in the Justice Office as the Director of the Office of Community Affairs and as Senior Counsel to the Deputy Attorney Standard.
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