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Paul Anleitner

Paul Anleitner writes, teaches, and facilitates public dialogues on the intersection of theology & culture, philosophy, and science. He has degrees in history from the University of Michigan and a Master’s in Christian Thought from Bethel Seminary (St. Paul, MN) where he graduated with highest honors. He is the host of Deep Talks:Exploring Theology & Meaning-Making - a podcast dedicated to nuanced, non-combative dialogue & educational lectures about historic Christian theology & our crisis of meaning in the West. Paul currently resides near St. Paul, Minnesota with his wife and children where he also is a pastor serving the state’s oldest free church community.

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