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Jun 10, 2013

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Willow Creek; Young Atheists; Kingdom of God; Beth Moore on The Exchange |
Morning Roundup 06/10/13
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I thought that this was an fascinating and encouraging post from my friend Jeff Vanderstelt. Although I THINK I said that he "is the anti-Willow" rather that that he was "anti-Willow," the results were great. (And, to explain what I mean, Neil Cole is "the anti-Willow" and Willow is the "anti-house" church. Neither are against one another, they are just opposites…) But, enough of what I was TRYING to say and more of Jeff's great words.

Blessing Willow CreekJeff Vanderstelt

Fasctinating article from The Atlantic about the fact that so many atheists got there, not from intellect, but from an experience.

Listening to Young Atheists: Lessons for a Stronger ChristianityLarry Alex Taunton

Here's a book I plan to order. My own Subversive Kingdom is a popularized look at the kingdom for everythday people. Much of my work was influenced by people contributing to this volume.

The Kingdom of God: A Multi-Scholar InterviewJustin Taylor

Join me today at 3:00 PM Eastern for a special episode of The Exchange. My guest today will be popular author and speaker, Beth Moore. You can watch the show LIVE here.

Posted:June 10, 2013 at 6:00 am

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