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Jen Hatmaker on TV; Letter to the President; Pagan and Christian Propitiation
Morning Roundup 3/25/14
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Jen Hatmaker Brings Her 'Super-Christian' Family onto Reality TVKate Shellnutt

I think I will have to start telling people that I knew the Hatmakers before they were famous. They were like my favorite indie rock band for Jesus in Austin—I even wrote the foreword to Brandon's book. But, now the world knows how awesome they are and I'm glad.

Letter to the President on Religious FreedomNational Association of Evangelicals

The religious freedom concerns are not limited to a fringe group—here the NAE leadership weighs in.

Pagan Propitiation vs Biblical PropitiationTrevin Wax

We are doing a joint series on the atonement, both at my blog (see here and here) and over at Trevin's place, all tied in to The Gospel Project atonement series.

Best-selling author and evangelist Jefferson Bethke joined me in studio to discuss his ministry approach to Millennials and his book Jesus>Religion. In this clip, we talk about millennials meeting the REAL Jesus. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:March 25, 2014 at 7:00 am

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