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Snake Handling; Stott on Missionary Implications; Racial Reconciliation |
Morning Roundup 09/17/13
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OK, for some reason I am obsessed with snake handling. I really want to go to a snake handling church!

Snake Handling History in Six Bites -- Christianity Today

And, here is history on the same!

They Shall Take Up Serpents -- ChristianHistory.net

And, on a more serious note, don't miss this by Stott (via TWax).

You Can't Avoid the Missionary Implications of Our Faith -- John Stott

When I was recently in South Africa, on The Exchange we discussed the difficult task of racial reconciliation in the country. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Charismatics; John Stott; Racism
Posted:September 17, 2013 at 6:00 am

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