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Morning Roundup 08/01/13
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As one who has been a supporter of immigration reform and part of the Evangelical Immigration Table, I think Jonathan Merritt has some good insights here. My impression is that although I see it as a justice and family values issue, many Evangelicals do not. That does not mean I plan to change my view, but I think it is worth noting.

Why Evangelicals' Push for Immigration Reform Isn't Working -- Jonathan Merritt

Barrett Duke brings some helpful facts about the importance of internet freedom and the article itself seems to call us to "hack for Jesus." I like that.

Seven Reasons Why Hacking the Internet Will Help Persecuted Christians -- Christianity Today

I tweeted about Collin Hansen's review of Tyler Wigg-Stevenson's book and I think I raised some eyebrows. I mentioned that I was pleasantly surprised to see the book reviewed well at TGC. I'm a big an of TGC, Collin, and Tyler, and this book. I just didn't expect to see them all in one place. Take a look at Collins review. It's worth your time.

The World Is Not Ours to Save -- Collin Hansen

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Posted:July 1, 2013 at 7:00 am

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