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A big shout out this week to the people who track me down and submit link suggestions. Weekly deadline is 6:00 PM Eastern on Mondays.

  • Although this movie trailer was posted in May, it was new to me: Coming in January, 2014 a movie about singer/songwriter Rich Mullins, aptly titled Ragamuffin...
  • ...and a more recently posted trailer for a documentary exploring "the promise of evolutionary Christian spirituality," with interviews with "a dozen leading theologians and progressive thinkers." The 7-part DVD series is titled Painting The Stars.
  • It's not just a Catholic problem; a group is actively protesting to push for the ordination of Mormon women.
  • Just weeks before his formal installation, the President of the American Bible Society announces that the Board of Trustees has "brought [his] service to a close."
  • "Christians in the Middle East are hostages in the hands of Islamic forces." "Many of Israel's Christians feel that their history, culture, and heritage have been hijacked by Muslim Arabs in the region." Read more at this report from a recent conference.
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