Frankly Speaking – “I Don’t Like Christians”

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  1. William Timmers says

    Sigh… that subject is catchy that interests me but it is a audio… I am Deaf. How about written transcript for that audio post?

      • Diana says

        Thought… The first lesson notes are pretty much a transcribe of the audio, and the resource book adds understanding. The second lesson, I have not read yet, but my guess is between the notes and the resource book the only thing missing is the exercise.

        So maybe all that is needed is a transcript of the exercise. ?

        • says

          No, that’s not accurate. The audio contains far more material than what’s in the workbook. Only the first audio message is transcribed. The rest of the workbook has illustrations, biblical texts, and supplements for each audio. But what’s on audios 2 to 9 (and the overview) isn’t in the workbook.

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