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No Instruments in Worship; Mere Christianity and Denominations; Americans Ignore Persecution |
Morning Roundup 10/3/13
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The Argument against Musical Instruments in WorshipScot McKnight

There are lots of non-instrumental Churches of Christ near my house. This helped me to understand their musical practice a bit better.

Does "Mere Christianity" Mean Eliminate Denominations?John Piper

John Piper graciously tweeted my blog yesterday, but I had already planned to excerpt his. ;-) I'm with Lewis. Here's the Christianity Today cover story I wrote on denominations a couple of years ago.

Three reasons the American church is ignoring Christian persecutionJonathan Merritt

Jonathan Merritt brings it. I'll be mentioning persecution more frequently.

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