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Jun 19, 2013

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Westboro Baptist Protests Limited; Crystal Cathedral Fire Sale; Christian Persecution; Church Membership |
Morning Roundup 06/19/13
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Westboro Baptist Church, which is neither Baptist nor a church, is being limited in its right to disrupt funerals. I'm a big defender of religious rights, but I am glad to hear that families will be protected from such protests.

Westboro Baptist Church, protesters can't go within 300 feet of funerals -- Washington Times

I've been praying for Bobby Schuller and the Crystal Cathedral. I hope you are as well.

Crystal Cathedral Ministries Holds Moving Sale -- Christian Post

Helpful stuff from George Yancey.

Christian Persecution: Fact or Fiction -- George Yancey

Recently on The Exchange, Thom Rainer joined me to discuss his new book I Am a Church Member and the difference in country club membership and church membership. You can watch the exchange every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern.

The Exchange with Thom Rainer

Posted:June 19, 2013 at 6:00 am

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Morning Roundup 06/19/13