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Some Interesting Watching

Check out Mark Lowry and Tony Campolo on a program they do called Saturdays with Mark and Tony.

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Also check out Virgil Vaduva and his blog: Unfinished Christianity and website: Planet Preterist.

Beware though, this may not be what you are used to if you are a conservative “Evangelical”. Virgil has some radical ideas about conservation (wow), politics and eschatology. You should visit because looking for stuff that simply affirms your already confirmed notions and beliefs as opposed to challenging your notions and beliefs is not a healthy intellectual practice.

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