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Caleb, Scott, and Adam discuss the characters and ideas that made up the Inklings. The Inklings were a group of Christian scholars and writers who gathered in fellowship and furthered their writing. They were friends and colleagues alike, and their gatherings provided a model for encouraging and productive friendships.

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