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Morning Roundup 8/28/14
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Researchers Easily Slipped Weapons Past TSA’s X-Ray Body ScannersAndy Greenberg

I’ve written before about the lack of Christian response to the growing surveillance state, but that aside, let’s just acknowledge that we are wasting a whole lot of money to provide “security theater.”

Four evangelical responses to gay rights — they’ve changed a lot since ’69Tobin Grant

Tobin Grant gives an important look at how views of homosexuality have changed over the years.

The “Dirty Baker’s Dozen”Deek Dubberly

Thanks, Deek, for a helpful summary of my revitalization book.

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