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"I have a few lessons to share on that point, and many still to learn."
Joshua DuBois, former director of the White House Office of Faithbased and Neighborhood Partnerships, announcing plans to teach, speak, and write on "how believers can live their faith powerfully in the world."
CNN

"The clearer I got on the kingdom of God … the more problems I had with American evangelicalism."
Gregory Boyd, pastor and author, on his Minnesota megachurch's decision to affiliate with either the Mennonite Church USA or the Brethren in Christ.
Mennonite World Review

"You'd like to think the shelf life wasn't so short."
President Barack Obama, commenting at the National Prayer Breakfast that the event seems to have little effect on the political process.
White House

"Not everything in the 'good book' is either good, or good for us."
Eric Seibert, professor of Old Testament at Messiah College, arguing in a blog post that the Bible is sometimes "immoral."
Patheos

"It's probably the worst script I've ever read."
Tim LaHaye, on the new Left Behind film, starring Nicolas Cage. LaHaye had no role in the remake; instead, he is trying to raise funds for a sequel to Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ.
ChristianPost.com

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