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Perry Noble on Medicating Mental Illness; American Support for LGBT Rises; Bob Jones University Abuse Inquiry |
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Should Christians Take Medication for Mental IllnessPerry Noble

I'm thankful for Perry's words here. We are right now beginning research on Christians, churches, and mental illness, and openness and honestly like this will help us all.

American Support For LGBT Causes Rises Sharply Across Religious, Political Lines: SurveyCathy Lynn Grossman

Culture continues to shift on LGBT issues.

Christian University Resumes Inquiry in Handling of Sexual Abuse ReportsRichard Pérez-Peña

I was encouraged to see Bob Jones and GRACE working together on this study.

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Posted:March 13, 2014 at 7:00 am

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