How To Argue On Social Media According To Matt Fradd

by Apologetics, Evangelization, Faith & Life, Family

We’re so excited that Matt Fradd is on the Ascension Presents YouTube channel. Matt is a Catholic author, speaker, and podcaster. He also works with Covenant Eyes, an organization that helps others heal from pornography addiction.

Drawing from his personal experience on social media, Fradd gives key insights into arguing on social media. Practical, needed wisdom for our generation.

How To Argue On Social Media

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