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Revolution in Egypt; Rejecting Panmillennialism; My Hope America |
Morning Roundup 07/09/13
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Thomas Friedman asks an important question. He asks if we are seeing the rollback of political Islam. If so, this would have impact all over the region and could lead to greater religious freedom for Christian minorities and others.

Egypt's Revolution Part II -- Thomas Friedman

Speaking of Egypt, it is worth noting that Christian (and Muslim) leaders are supporting the overthrow of an elected leader.

Muslim, Christian leaders back Egypt transition -- Reuters

Matt Smethurst provides a helpful corrective that our views of the end do matter. And, although Sam Storm went the wrong direction-- from premil to amiil-- I appreciate reminding us of the importance of caring about such things.

We Can't All Be Panmillennial -- Matt Smethurst

Recently on The Exchange, Preston Parrish, Vice President with Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, joined me in studio to discuss the state of evangelism and the BGEA's My Hope America evangelistic campaign. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Billy Graham; Egypt; Eschatology
Posted:July 9, 2013 at 6:00 am

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