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Faith in Detroit; NT Canon Facts; Race in America; Songs from the Book of Luke |
Morning Roundup 08/05/13
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Detroit may be dying, but God's mission there is not. Here's a great article that points that out.

Faith in a Fallen Empire -- Christianity Today

Reading Justin makes you smarter… just sayin.

10 Basic Facts About the NT Canon that Every Christian Should Memorize -- Justin Taylor

If you don't think that America has a racial divide, read this.

America's race relations take hit after Zimmerman verdict, NBC News/WSJ poll finds -- NBC News

Recently on The Exchange, Sandra McCracken performed her song "Come to the Feast" from Songs for the Book of Luke. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:August 5, 2013 at 6:00 am

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