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Marks & Spencer, UK retailer, apologizes over Muslim employee controversy—Adam Shaw

I'm pointing to this since I think this is going to be an issue in the Western world. Can Muslims refuse to serve alcohol? Can Christians refuse to bake cakes for gay weddings? It's coming, and Christians will need to have a consistent answer that applies to not just Christians. Religious liberty is for all.

The 5 Gossips You Will MeetTim Challies

Challies provides some helpful stuff here. Interestingly, I immediately identified some people I know in several of those categories, but I can't share names since that would be, well, you know… gossip.

Building a Theological Library (2013 Update)Danny Akin

Make sure you look at Akin's updated list.

Sandra McCracken performs "Come to the Feast" from Songs for the Book of Luke on this episode of The Exchange. Watch the full hour (with music) here. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Education; Gossip; Islam
Posted:December 2, 2014 at 7:00 am

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