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Divorce Shocker; Archbishop of Canterbury and Pope Francis; Domestic Violence |
Morning Roundup 7/15/14
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Divorce Shocker: Most Marriages Do Make ItPaul Strand

Shaunti Feldhahn has a new book. We talked a bit about it here on TBN, but it's another one of those divorce myths. Also, be sure to read my earlier post, "Pastor: That Divorce Stat You Quoted is Probably Wrong."

Archbishop Justin's address to Pope FrancisJustin Welby

OK, I am always fascinated by church news, but seeing an Archbishop of Canterbury and a Pope dialogue is particularly interesting. And, I thought it particularly interesting that Welby mentioned the Alpha Course (in my article yesterday).

Even religious leaders have things to learn, like how to better serve domestic violence victims—Kelsey Dallas

More coverage of our research on the church and domestic violence, done in partnership with Sojourners and IMA World Health. Our full release is here.

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Related Topics:Abuse; Anglicans; Marriage
Posted:July 15, 2014 at 7:00 am

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