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Change at Calvary Chapel; Syrian Refugees in Italy: 10 Years of GetReligion |
Morning Roundup 3/3/14
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The Case for Big Change at Calvary ChapelTimothy C. Morgan

I've had the chance to get to know Brian Broderson and found this article encouraging and helpful.

Stepping-stones to safety: A family flees Syria's war - and finds refuge in Italy's islandsEric Marrapodi

Long form religion reporting is rare but important… take a look at Eric's excellent work at the CNN Belief blog.

10 years of GetReligion: State of the Godbeat 2014Julia Duin

The decline of religion reporting is often reported and with some reason. This article gives a look at the big picture and is worth reading.

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