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Morning Roundup 3/17/14
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7 Warning Signs It's Time to be Intentional With Our MarriageRon Edmondson

Great word from Ron Edmonson.

In the Spirit: Huffington Post gets religionDoug Erickson

I met recently with Paul Raushenbush, Jaweed Kaleem, and other Huffington Post folks while in NYC in December. If you are not reading The Huffington Post, you are missing a significant influence in religion reporting.

The site is decidedly progressive (which is the new way we describe liberal), with an occasional Evangelical voice. Needless to say, I don't agree with all (or even most) of the content, but it is a well-respected (and the most widely read) religion news site. Here is some of the story of HuffPoReligion.

Contraception mandate doublecross: Column—Bart Stupak

Bart Stupak, a member of Congress and Democrat no less, speaks into the religious liberty issues and points out this was not supposed to happen. I imagine that part of the angst about religious liberty, as revealed in our recent research, is caused by Obamacare mandates.

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Posted:March 17, 2014 at 7:00 am

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