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December 23, 2014Leadership

Morning Roundup 12/23/14

Persons of the Year; Pastors and Domestic Violence; Climate Change
Morning Roundup 12/23/14
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Five glimpses of faith in Time's story on 'The Ebola Fighters' as 2014 Person of the YearBobby Ross Jr.

I’ve been very critical of the foolish hysteria about Ebola in the United States. There are real epidemics out there in West Africa. There are real heroes fighting that real epidemic. And, I love that some of them are Christians.

Unholy subject: Pastors have little training for domestic violence, rarely sermonize about it—Susan Pierce

Here’s a helpful article—using our data— on domestic violence and the church.

Most White Evangelicals Attribute Intense National Disasters To The Apocalypse, Not Climate ChangeRyan Koronowski

A good article using multiple data sources on views of disasters and climate change.

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