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Sep 4, 2008

Politics

The Bible says we should be slow to speak. Good idea. Something I said on Twitter while watching the RNC was picked up by Brian Ayers - and he is encouraging me to run for office in 2012 with Sarah Palin. It's probably a good match in some ways, though I am afraid she ...

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Aug 15, 2008

I am still here in Chicago relaxing with my beautiful bride, but the world of politics goes on without me.

Ryan Burns sent me a picture of the building so prominently featured in the recent film, The Dark Knight. But, instead of Batman, he put my ugly mug up there... so, I will ...

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Aug 11, 2008

Senator Obama and I were at the same hotel a couple of weeks back (you saw pictures if you followed the Twitter, including this one here). A mutual friend tried to set up a meeting between us. Obama is targeting younger evangelicals and I tend to move in that space. The conversation ...

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Jun 23, 2008

Don't miss the post I just put up about ministry to people groups, but moments ago the Pew Forum sent me their new research release. Click below for their press release. Click here for more information.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 23, 2008, 12:00 p.m.

CONTACTS:

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May 28, 2008

A recent study by Lifeway Research demonstrates the differing perspectives on current events and hot button issues between Joe Public and Southern Baptist pastors. From global warming, to physician-assisted suicide, to embryonic stem-cell research church leaders are seeing things ...

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May 15, 2008

Ergun Caner, of Liberty University, called last Friday and we talked about the Evangelical Manifesto. It seemed a bit odd to see his name on the document considering he taught at Jerry Falwell's Liberty University. We talked again today.

Whatever you think of the manifesto, ...

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May 9, 2008

I recently wrote about the Evangelical Manifesto.

On the morning it released, I received a call from one of the key people behind the manifesto, Darrell Bock. Darrell is Research Professor of New Testament Studies and Professor of Spiritual Development and Culture at Dallas ...

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May 6, 2008

Should Christians be involved in politics? Yes.

Are Evangelicals too identified as a partisan political bloc? Yes.

Can Christians still be involved in politics and social action and yet more clearly articulate a gospel message? I hope and believe we can.

As a matter of fact, ...

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