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“If you have a faith-based corporate identity and you want to function in the national marketplace, you’re going to continue to encounter resistance to those values because not everybody is going to share them, the only other option is some sort of secular identity and that’s not where Chick-fil-A is going.” Author Lake Lambert, commenting on gay rights’ groups who are outraged at the  Chick-fil-A restaurant chain for donating food to an anti-gay marriage group.

Source: CNN

“Nondenominational churches, almost exclusively evangelical, now represent the second-largest group of Protestant churches in America, and the fastest growing section of the American religious market.” Byron Johnson, sighting a recent study which contends Evangelicalism isn’t shrinking and young evangelicals are not getting liberal.

Source: First Things: February 2011 Issue

“I …would have steered clear of politics. I’m grateful for the opportunities God gave me to minister to people in high places; people in power have spiritual and personal needs like everyone else, and often they have no one to talk to. But looking back I know I sometimes crossed the line, and I wouldn’t do that now.” Billy Graham’s, answer to the question “If you could, would you go back and do anything differently?”

Source: Christianity Today

“We are afraid these people will take the authority of Egypt and damage the rights of women, the rights of Christians. I am all for greater democracy, but what if concessions mean the Brotherhood takes over?” Marianne, a 25-year-old Egyptian doctor and Christian who refused to give her full name.

Source: The Globe and Mail

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