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Mar 25, 2016
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Weekend Edition—March 25, 2016

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Weekend Edition—March 25, 2016

Religious freedom deserves deference: Our viewUSA Today Editorial Board

A thorough, if unexpected, denounciation of forcing religious organizations into court over a matter of conscience.

Beware of Quicksand: How One Stranger’s Comment Changed My Marriage ForeverBecky Thompson

A great reflection on being ever alert in protecting marriage.

The Quran's deadly role in inspiring Belgian slaughterNabeel Qureshi

My friend Nabeel Qureshi writes what I am sure what will be a controversial article, but his thesis is important.

The Poor You Have With You AlwaysMarty Duren

My co-worker at LifeWay addresses the (mis)use of a popular verse.

Deep AND WideJim Nicodem

Should a church go deep or wide in proclaiming the gospel? Yes. I thought this article was excellent.

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Earlier This Week on The Exchange

The Limited Reach of the Planned Parenthood Videos and What it Says about Us

Two Most Important Elements of Preaching

Taking the Long View

Saturday is for Seminars—HDI Disaster Ministry Conference

Quick Thoughts on Evangelism and Church Planting in Secular Contexts

Church Signs

No idea. Absolutely, no idea.

Seems this will be the sentiment all the way until November.

I’m pretty sure they’ve unintentionally called Jesus a rabbit.

Thanks for David Gould, Ben Botloff, and Casey Cockerham for this week’s church signs. As always you can tweet your church signs to @EdStetzer.

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