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Morning Roundup 4/28/15

Annoying Christians; The NYT Goes to the Zoo; Developing Leaders
Morning Roundup 4/28/15
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The Christians Who Annoy Us Are the Christians We Need MostFred Sanders

I greatly enjoyed Collin Hansen's new book, Blind Spots. Here is Fred Sanders' helpful look at the book. Keep in mind that Collin is part of the Calvinist tribe, which is often known for its less-than-charitable approach to others. Fred is an Arminian. So, that makes the article even better.

New York Times goes to the zoo and reports on those strange Southern animals who oppose same-sex marriageBobby Ross, Jr.

This is why conservatives and people of faith often don’t trust the New York Times (and other publications that show an agenda).

The Missing Conviction of Developing LeadersEric Geiger

Helpful article (as always) from Eric.

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