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Perception of Christians; Center of the Church; the IRS and Religious Freedom; Luis Palau |
Morning Roundup 08/26/13
Courtesy of Gallup

Here's a look back to an August 2011 cover story for CT in which Bradley Wright explains how—contrary to many presumptions—Christians in general, and evangelical Christians in particular, are actually well-regarded in the US.

Americans Like Evangelicals After All -- Bradley Wright

Ray Ortlund shares this excerpt from Randy Pope on what churches should centered on.

Where is your church's X? -- Randy Pope

Smietana files another report of pastors rebuffing IRS statutes in favor of religious liberty.

IRS shouldn't ban clergy endorsements, commission says -- Bob Smietana

Recently for The Exchange, I had Luis Palau on the show to share his salvation story, talk about his relationship with Pope Francis, and to discuss the role and changing methods of witnessing, youth ministry and the civic partnership between his ministry and the city of Portland, Ore. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:August 26, 2013 at 7:00 am

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