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Actor Rainn Wilson (“The Office”) and religious studies scholar Reza Aslan may seem like an unlikely duo, but they share an interest in spirituality, and now they    have a podcast.

Rainn Wilson and Reza Aslan on loneliness, forgiveness, and ‘Metaphysical Milkshake'

Actor Rainn Wilson (“The Office”) and religious studies scholar Reza Aslan may seem like an unlikely duo, but they share an interest in spirituality, and now they have a podcast.

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