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Love Your Community; Islam; Christian Unity; Millennials |
Morning Roundup 07/18/13

I really like this from Sam Rainer.

Seven Ways to Love Your Community -- Sam Rainer

During Ramadan, one of the best things Christians can do is to learn about Islam.

Understanding the Muslim Worldview and Islamic Theology -- Justin Taylor

Probably because Tim is such a pillar of the Reformed blogosphere, which is, well, often not about unity, I love it when he writes this way. And, when he does, it's really good.

12 Ways To Preserve Christian Unity -- Tim Challies

Recently on The Exchange, Jess Rainer joined me to talk about the importance of owning your faith. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Islam; Millennials; Missions; Unity
Posted:July 18, 2013 at 6:00 am

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