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Robin Williams' Faith; Italian Evangelicals Wary; Human Progress Died |
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Could Robin Williams’ Faith Have Prevented His Suicide?Jim Daly

Helpful words from Jim Daly, including a mention of our forthcoming research.

Pope Francis Apologizes for Pentecostal Persecution, But Italy's Evangelicals Remain Wary—Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra

Many people in the United States are unaware of how evangelicals have been persecuted by Catholics. The Pope apologizes for such actions, but be sure to read the response from evangelicals in Italy to the new Pope.

One hundred years ago today the dream of human progress diedAdrian Warnock

My friend Adrian has a fascinating look at the beginning of World War I. There are so many theological emphases that were crushed by the beginning of the war (such as post-millenialism). Adrian’s article is worth a read.

Kevin Myers is the Senior Pastor of 12Stone Church in Gwinnett County, Georgia, joins me on this episode of The Exchange. In this clip, Kevin talks about how longevity leads to expansion. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Pope Francis; Suicide; War
Posted:August 20, 2014 at 7:52 am

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