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Morning Roundup 8/14/14
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As Evangelical Clout Grows, Brazil May Face New Culture WarsLourdes Garcia-Navarro

Some of you know of my interest in Brazil and its evangelicals (see here and here). Here’s an interesting article on the political possibilities related to growing evangelicalism.

Christian radio host: Ebola could end “atheism, homosexuality, sexual promiscuity, pornography and abortion”Sarah Gray

And, I’m wondering. Has anyone heard of Rick Wiles? Anyone?

Because, Salon continues its journalistic quality of “find the obscure Christian and report their shocking words.” I’m chronicling that series here. It’s great to see their consistency, I just can’t figure out why there is not a Muslim, Jewish, or Hindu version.

Oh, wait, I know...

3 Reasons Many Leaders Receive Too Much Credit/BlameEric Geiger

Geiger drops some wisdom on leadership.

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Related Topics:Brazil; Disease; Pastors
Posted:August 14, 2014 at 6:00 am

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