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Whaddo You Meme – Jon McCray

Jun 1, 2020 | Podcast | 0 comments

What is a meme? Chances are, you’ve seen at least one. It is an often humorous image or video clip accompanied by text. They spread rapidly around the internet. Do memes have anything to do with Christianity and apologetics? According to Jon McCray they do and can have a huge impact.

What is a meme? Chances are, you’ve seen at least one. It is an often humorous image or video clip accompanied by text. They spread rapidly around the internet. Do memes have anything to do with Christianity and apologetics? According to Jon McCray they do and can have a huge impact.

Today on Educate For Life, Kevin’s guest is Jon McCray. If you enjoy talking about Christianity, Christian Apologetics, current cultural issues, religion, politics, laughing, and stuff like that, Jon’s got you covered! Jon McCray takes on common memes that can create confusion in the minds of Christians. He dismantles the arguments behind the meme and presents a logical argument that a Christian can use in everyday life.

Don’t worry, knowing how to meme is not required. Tune in for a great episode. Check out his youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1okSIA8UEY8OqvtjGHFvzA

This episode first aired on  May 22nd, 2020

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