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Help Typhoon Survivors; Is Secularism Working; Christianity and World Religions |
Morning Roundup 11/13/13
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How to help Typhoon Haiyan survivorsCNN

Yesterday, I shared several faith-based venues where you can be of help. CNN gives a bigger picture.

Is Secularism Working?Cathy Lynn Grossman

Cathy's blog is always interesting, but here's another conversation worth having.

What Is Unique About Christianity Among The World Religions?Jonathan Dodson

Here's some good apologetics work from Jonathan.

Dr. Tim Clinton, president of American Association of Christian Counselors, met with me to discuss the important topic of mental illness and the church. You can watch the full episode below. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Disaster Relief; Jesus; Paganism
Posted:November 13, 2013 at 7:00 am

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