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#2153 - Mapping the Journey of Desmond Tutu: Michael Battle [Rebroadcast]

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As we remember the life and legacy of Archbishop Tutu, we revisit this interview from earlier in the year. The Rev. Dr. Michael Battle has been a student and friend of Archbishop Desmond Tutu for a good deal of his life. In his recent book, Battle offers what he calls "A Spiritual Biography of South Africa's Confessor" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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