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February 2014 Book Club Pick

The February 2014 Book Club Pick is The Next Christians by Gabe Lyons.

The Next Christians proves an interesting and sometimes challenging read for those with a heart to better our world. 64 more words

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The Next Generation of Christians post# 3

Scott’s Perspective:

So, my Face book friends and family here is part two of Scott’s Perspective and the Next Christians; by Gabe Lyons. It would be easy to become discouraged, circle the wagons and be a closet Christian. 506 more words

Recommendations: On Being

On Being is a public radio show that I have been listening to via podcast for a couple years now. Originally called Speaking of Faith, the program began as a way to talk about religion and life. 370 more words

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Book Review: The Next Christians by Gabe Lyons

The Bottom Line

The Next Christians: Seven Ways You Can Live the Gospel and Restore the World is a collection of stories of people engaged in creatively exploring the space where Christianity meets culture. 1,869 more words

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Autism and the age of fathers

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/23/health/fathers-age-is-linked-to-risk-of-autism-and-schizophrenia.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&src=igw

In the NY Times there is an article (see link above) about autism being caused by the age of fathers. Okay it may not say “cause” but it strongly suggests that the older the father, the higher the risk  for autism.  278 more words

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The Next Christians: Seven Ways You Can Live the Gospel and Restore the World

By Gabe Lyons
WaterBrook Multnomah, $14.99, 272 pages

The author and evangelical leader Gabe Lyons – the founder of Q, a learning community that mobilizes Christians to advance the common good in society – sets out to review our misconceptions about Christians in his newest book… 150 more words

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The Next Christians: Take Two

The Next Christians by Gabe Lyons is built on one crucial insight, with two corollaries. The insight is that the culture wars are over. The corollaries are that 1) Christians lost, and 2) that’s not necessarily a bad thing. 604 more words

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