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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Racial Reconciliation Knows No Borders

Morocco Declaration: Muslim Nations Should Protect Christians from Persecution
In Marrakesh, hundreds of Muslim leaders release modern update to Muhammad's Charter of Medina.
Morgan Lee
For years, Texas megachurch pastor Bob Roberts has been building relationships with Muslims. Last year, after Franklin Graham argued that the US government should ban Muslims from immigrating to America, the NorthWood Church leader joined Muslim leaders in denouncing the comments. In October, he and imam Muhammad Magid hosted the Spreading the Peace Convocation, which was attended by nearly 200 imams and evangelical pastors. This week, Roberts traveled to Marrakesh, Morocco, alongside more than 250 Muslim religious leaders, heads of state, and scholars, for a groundbreaking summit. ... continue reading >>

Most Pastors Aren't Voting Trump as Primaries Approach
Protestant church leaders are still undecided or pick other candidates, according to LifeWay Research.
Court: Turkey Failed Malatya Martyrs and Must Pay Back Their Families
But it's not quite the good news Turkish Christians have been waiting for since 2007.
Book Review
What We're Really Debating This Campaign Season
It's time to acknowledge America's ideals and failures.
Racial Reconciliation Knows No Borders
How I came to see the church's prophetic work on race as a global issue.
Book Review
Why Christians Should Love Creation, not 'Nature'
God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone.
The exchange
A Muslim Declaration on Religious Minorities: An Interview w/ Pastor Bob Roberts in Marrakesh, Morocco
Landmark declaration from 250 global Muslim leaders calls for religious tolerance
Sundance Diary — Day 6: 'Morris From America,' 'The Blackout Experiments,' and 'Tickled'
The last day of viewing included a coming-of-age story set in an unusual place, and two films about desire gone mad.
Sundance Diary — Day 5: 'Captain Fantastic,' 'Complete Unknown,' 'Kate Plays Christine,' and 'First Girl I Loved'
Parenting, living other lives, and painful first love marked another day of viewing.

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