Flag-Burning and Free Speech

In this episode Jonathon shares the lesson he learnt from his ex-girlfriend. Jonathon revisits the discussion over flag-burning and free speech and breaks down where rights come from and why speech is included. In this special Gospel segment Jonathon looks at the story from Matthew and examines who we are called to love and how we are better than our enemies. (Show boards will be released @ Noon Eastern on Twitter & Facebook accounts below.)

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