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Morning Roundup 5/29/14
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How Christianity Is Disappearing In The Middle East In One ChartAlissa Scheller & Antonia Blumberg

It's an odd thing to think of a faith dying out (or being pushed out), but that's part of the history of Christianity. For example, Turkey (now an overwhelmingly Muslim country) is actually the place that all seven ecumenical councils met. The difference is that we are seeing the de-populations of Christians in real time.

Why Your Pastor Needs a SabbaticalEric Geiger

Eric continues to give good and timely advice for pastors and church leaders.

The Difference Dallas Willard MakesScot McKnight

Scot has a helpful and fascinating look at Dallas Willard via Gary Black.

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Posted:May 29, 2014 at 7:00 am

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