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A Look At What Types Of Christian Media Americans Are Most Likely To Consume
People Are Going Crazy For A Fermented Milk Drink No One Can Pronounce
Alexander C. Kaufman
Should Clergy Be Involved With Civil Marriage?
Lifeway CEO's Secret Ingredient? Attitude
Talking Probiotics and Women in Business With Lifeway's Julie Smolyansky
Host, 'The Interview Show'; Syndicated humor columnist
Lifeway CEO Julie Smolyansky took time out of her crazy schedule to be on the very first Interview Show at The Hideout, in Chicago, five years ago. Loved having her on again back in March and talking probiotics, women in business and how to pronounce "kefir."
Poll Reveals Surprising Fact About Gay Marriage In America
Bad News For Westboro Baptist Church
Curtis M. Wong
Hollywood's Blind Side
Producer, author and publisher of Bullypulpit.com
The real question isn't why Baptists are behaving like Baptists but rather why Hollywood studios aren't behaving like capitalists, selling more by either getting rid of the bad words or making alternative versions available to consumers like those represented by Lifeway.
New Survey Of Protestant Pastors Shows Rejection Of Human Evolution
Brandon G. Withrow
Lecturer (religious studies); author; freelance writer
Since the days of Darwin, there have been theologians who have also embraced evolution in some form or another. But Evangelicals tend to be the least likely to do this, and here's why.
Christian Group Recalls Pink Bible
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This, Too, Shall Pass: Southern Baptists, Women And The NIV Bible
Author of 'postChristian,' host of 'Homebrewed CultureCast'
For many who accept gender parity as the norm in contemporary culture, debates such as this appear quaint or even irrelevant. But the tension lingers over the role of women in church.
The Flat Belly Food You Don't Know About: Kefir
Health writer (O mag/Women's Health/Self/etc)
Unless you hail from Russia or really pay attention when perusing the yogurt aisle at the grocery store, chances are, you've never heard of this 2,000-year-old nutritional rock star: kefir.
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