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Mystery Shoppers Rate Church Size—Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra

OK, I think this is bad and good at the same time... but either way, it is fascinating.

Christian bookstores are the next gay-marriage battlegroundJonathan Merritt

I find it fascinating and surprising that the president of the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association thinks there are two "biblical" sides to the issue of homosexuality and it is "brave" to publish accordingly:

New Testament Sabbath—Craig Blomberg

As I worked on my message this week, I found this from Craig Blomberg:

Pastor, musician and author Carlos Whittaker joined me in studio to discuss living his life and faith publicly through his social media presence and popular blog, Ragamuffinsoul.com. In this clip, we discuss career Christians. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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