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The Most Egalitarian Man in the World

May 6, 2018 Speaker: Bryan Threlkeld Series: The Most Interesting Man in the World

Topic: Love of God Scripture: Luke 14:1–14:23, Matthew 12:11–12:12, Matthew 6:26–6:27, Matthew 10:29–10:31, Deuteronomy 7:7–7:8

"Inequality, subjugation, a master and a slave, is the natural order of things" - Aristotle 

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal." - Thomas Jefferson

Q) Who came in between Aristotle and Jefferson to radically alter the way we think about the value of every human being?

A) The Most Interesting Man in the World!

In this message, Bryan Threlkeld continues the series: The Most Interesting Man In The World.

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