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Media coverage and obituaries for D. James Kennedy (updated)

A link roundup.

A Celebration of the Life and Ministry of D. James Kennedy (Official tribute site)

Megachurch leader D. James Kennedy dies (Associated Press)

Powerful pastor D. James Kennedy dead at 76 | Led Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church to national prominence (South Florida Sun-Sentinel)

Rev. D. James Kennedy, Broadcaster, Dies at 76 | Mr. Kennedy was a Christian broadcaster and the pastor of a Florida megachurch, who played a critical role in the rise of conservative Christianity. (The New York Times)

Politically Powerful TV Evangelist D. James Kennedy (The Washington Post

Televangelist made his church a political power | The Rev. D. James Kennedy left behind a worldwide evangelical ministry and a controversial legacy. (The Miami Herald, older version)

Pastor founded mega-church, expanded message to airwaves (Palm Beach Post)

D. James Kennedy, megachurch pioneer, dies at 76 (USA Today)

Religious Right Leader D. James Kennedy Dies at 76 (Religion News Service)

Dr. D. James Kennedy, 76, Leaves Legacy of Faithfulness | Dr. Dobson calls him 'a giant in the battle to restore traditional values.' (CitizenLink, Focus on the Family)

D. James Kennedy dead at 76 (Baptist Press)

'Excellence in All Things and All Things to God's Glory' | The legacy of Dr. D. James Kennedy (Albert Mohler)

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Posted:September 5, 2007 at 9:59AM
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Media coverage and obituaries for D. James Kennedy (updated)