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Where Did All These Calvinists Come From?Matt Smethurst

Although I can't find a rise in Calvinism in our Protestant pastor surveys, we do find evidence of a growth of Calvinism in some denominations.

This article gives a pretty good description of the influences creating such a Calvinist growth.

The Millennials Are Rejecting Fighting Churches and ChristiansThom Rainer

Thom Rainer tells it like it is.

Author Sarah Cunningham says do-gooders can avoid burnoutJonathan Merritt

I got to hang out with Sarah a bit in Louisville recently. She's a brilliant writer and an all-around good person. Be sure to read this interview with Jonathan Merritt.

Beth Moore was a special guest on a special episode of The Exchange with me at the beginning of the summer. Beth joined me to discuss the beginning days of Living Proof Ministries, her family, and her passion for teaching the Bible. In this clip, she gives a bit of advice to pastors. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:October 30, 2013 at 7:00 am

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