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September 15, 2010


I loved the article. Thanks for sharing it. It is good to be reminded that evil, chaos, and insanity does not always win the day.

I could write a whole piece just on your church, Linda. I'm so proud of what you have quietly done in your church's neighborhood. I'm praying for some new digs.

Here's one of the very few pieces on the Terry Jones incident that focuses on positive and helpful steps. "My Phone Conversation with Terry Jones" http://www.christianpost.com/article/20100915/my-phone-conversation-with-terry-jones/index.html

Here is a church that decided not to burn the Koran, but to read it together in an effort to understand it. Guess what? Some threats were made against them too.

Okay, Shane wins again. This is the one of the best articles I've read on the whole fiasco.

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