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Yoga; Media Coverage of Christians & Homosexuals; Discipling Your Family |
Morning Roundup 07/02/13

I've been fascinated by the dustups over yoga that make the Christian (and sometimes secular) news from time to time. Well, a judge says yoga is not religious. Of course, that won't settle it, but I thought it was interesting anyway. And, in the meanwhile, you can take yoga classes at several evangelical megachurches in the Nashville area.

Yoga poses no risk to church-state separation, says judge -- NBC News

The ever-vigilant Mollie takes a look at the news coverage and, finds good and bad-- but more bad.

Journalism highs and lows: Christianity and gays edition -- Mollie Hemingway

Recently on The Exchange, David Platt & Matt Carter joined me to talk about the importance of discipling your family. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Media; Same-Sex Marriage; Yoga
Posted:July 2, 2013 at 5:00 am

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