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Who ever thought of printing the front of a business card with the artwork for the back? This will change things forever.

 
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  • Dwindling Southern Evangelicals and the GOP
    At The Atlantic:

    Midterm elections are all about turning out base constituencies. Over the last few decades, there have been few more reliable voters for Republicans than white evangelical Protestants. This year, however, GOP candidates may be getting less help from this group?not because white evangelical Protestants are becoming less supportive or less motivated, but simply because they are declining as a proportion of the population, even in Southern states.

  • Mars Hill Megachurch Pastor Resigns
    At CNN:

    Less than a year ago, Mark Driscoll, an evangelical pastor, was flying high.

    His hometown Seattle Seahawks were in the Super Bowl, and the brash pastor scored a big, faith-fueled interview with five of the team's top players, including quarterback Russell Wilson.

    But in a remarkably fast fall from grace, Driscoll resigned Tuesday [October 14] as pastor of Mars Hill Church, a congregation he founded 18 years ago and turned into a force in the mostly secular Pacific Northwest.

  • Is SCOTUS Serious About Religious Freedom?
    At The Atlantic:

    [...]the idea that Hobby Lobby creates robust protections will be credible only if the justices are willing to recognize the religious freedom of marginalized religious minorities?not just the Judeo-Christian tradition. The next religious-freedom case to come before the Court, Holt v. Hobbs, will test whether the Roberts Court?s stance on religious freedom includes a minority faith, Islam, practiced by a disfavored member of our society: a prisoner. At stake are both the state of religious freedom in the country and the Court?s reputation.

  • Muslim Scholars Blast ISIS Ideology
    At The Huffington Post:

    More than 120 Muslim scholars from around the world joined an open letter to the ?fighters and followers? of the Islamic State, denouncing them as un-Islamic by using the most Islamic of terms.

    Relying heavily on the Quran, the 18-page letter released Wednesday (Sept. 24) picks apart the extremist ideology of the militants who have left a wake of brutal death and destruction in their bid to establish a transnational Islamic state in Iraq and Syria.

  • Pope Possible Target of ISIS
    At The Daily Beast:

    [...]the Roman newspaper Il Tempo published a disturbing report that Francis is ?in the crosshairs? of ISIS for ?bearing false witness? against Islam. Citing anonymous sources within Italy?s intelligence community and pointing to notable heightened security in Rome, the paper went on to say that ISIS plans to heat things up by ?raising the level of confrontation? with Europe, Italy and very specifically Pope Francis, the ?greatest exponent of the Christian religions.? The Vatican downplayed the concerns, calling them unfounded despite growing concern in Italy that it is not just the Pope who is under threat. ?There is nothing serious to this,? Vatican spokesman Federico Lombardi told Catholic News Agency. ?There is no particular concern in the Vatican.?