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10 Reasons Why You Should Quit Watching PornScott Christian

When GQ publishes an article on why you should stop watching porn, we've reached a point where people are starting to face reality. (If you click on the link, keep in mind that there is a lot of content in GQ that, ironically, is contrary to the message of the article.)

3 Fort Bend churches named as among the fastest-growing in America—Nicholas Cole

Thought this was an interesting, localized look at some local fastest-growing churches. And, note the disproportionate representation of the Houston area.

14 Favorite Ways to Twist the GospelHoward Snyder

There has been lot of talk about defining the gospel from people of my theological persuasion. Here's a more progressive/Wesleyan approach from Howard Snyder. For what it's worth, I would place most of these issues in the area of mission rather than gospel, but that is for another day...

Pastor and author Eric Mason joined me in studio for this episode of The Exchange to discuss Mason's book Manhood: Restored (B&H Publishing Group). In this segment, Mason defines manhood. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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