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The Obama Doctrine; Christian Blogging and the Bride of Christ; Imago Dei and Homosexuality |
Morning Roundup 1/29/14
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The Obama Doctrine: American Civil SpiritualityDiana Butler Bass

This is long, but I think important.

Does Christian Blogging Rend the Bride of Christ?Mike Leake

Mike's post is also worth reading.

Imago Dei: Evangelical Campaign Says Everyone - Including Gays -- Reflect God's ImageSarah Pulliam Bailey

I'm not sure if there was ever a lot of people who did not believe that all people are made in the image of God, but I will take this never-the-less.

Seminary president, author and leader Dr. Jeff Iorg joined me in studio to discuss church leadership, raising up leaders and younger leaders, along with his book Seasons of a Leader's Life. In this clip, Dr. Iorg explains what to do when you're stuck in an unhealthy organization. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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