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You've Got Mail; 4 Arguments for Sexual Immorality; Mandela's Methodist Roots |
Morning Roundup 12/9/13
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And Then God Said, 'You've Got Mail'—Rachel Jones

The Bible is text, not print, so I'm encouraged to see more and more engage it via smartphones, etc.

Answering Four Street-Level Arguments for Sexual ImmoralityMatt Chandler

Chandler is, as always, insightful.

The Methodist roots of Nelson MandelaBobby Ross Jr.

Nelson Mandela's faith is certainly not an evangelical one, but Bobby Ross digs a bit into his Methodist background.

A couple of months ago, Frank Page joined me on The Exchange to talk about a number of topics including mental illness and his book Melissa. In this clip, he talks about how the grace of God does not immediately erase all of your problems. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:December 9, 2013 at 7:00 am

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