ANDREW SCHATKIN: Do you say cafe or coffee bar?

ANDREW SCHATKIN is today’s guest on The Segilola Salami Show. Andrew and I had a most relaxing conversation where we explore the differences between the terms Cafe and Coffee bar. I assure you, you need to click play now to listen to this most intriguing conversation with ANDREW SCHATKIN. There’s also a giveaway brought to you by Barracudas Activity Day Camps UK.

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ANDREW SCHATKIN: Do you say cafe or coffee bar?


Schatkin has published two books of general philosophical essays. One book, entitled Essay on the Christian World View has been bought by major international universities in Cairo, Egypt, Hong Kong, China, and Germany. Other universities in the United States that have bought this book includingHarvard, Columbia, Denison University, University of North Carolina, University of Texas, University of Wyoming, University of Utah, and the University of Maryland. Schatkin’s other book of general philosophical essays, entitled Essays on Faith, Culture, Politics, and Philosophy has also been bought by major international universities, including universities in Malaysia, Australia, Switzerland, and Germany. Schatkin has a degree in international human rights from Strasbourg, France and has a M.Div degree from Princeton Theological Seminar in Biblical and Classical Languages (including Greek, Latin, and Hebrew). Schatkin is listed in The Library of Congress as a virtual international authority. Schatkin is also listed in Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in the World, and in December of 2007 he was approved for the William Fulbright Scholarship Award.


Giveaway by Barracudas Activity Day Camps

The giveaway on this episode of The Segilola Salami Show is brought to you in collaboration with Barracudas Activity Day Camps. As Segilola Salami’s daughter features on the show once in a while, it was only fitting to work with a company that treats each child as unique and an individual when at their activity camps. Barracudas offers a range of activities to stimulate children in their care including swimming, nature trail and football, to name a few.

So enter now for your chance to win a free week at any Barracudas camps in the Easter and summer holidays 2019. The child must be 4.5 – 14 years. The week must not be split into separate days. This giveaway is worth £164.

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