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Signing in Seattle

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Seattle is not only a cool city because part of my family lives there but because I can always find stories in that city. Sooo, I will go public Monday on local radio and signing my latest book. Here is the invite:

Please come to a booksigning party
            For Julia Duin’s latest book
“Quitting Church: Why the Faithful Are Fleeing and What to Do About It”
            from 3-6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 29
    Harvest Logos Bookstore, 115 N. 85th St. near Greenwood St.,
Seattle, Washington, 98103 (206) 781-8725
        Several Seattle authors: Tom Sine, Gib Martin, Kimberlee Conway, Jon Sween and Richard Dahlstrom will be selling books as well.
Refreshments will be served. Authors will discuss their work.
    Earlier that day, Julia will also be speaking about her book on
The Dave Ross show, Kiro 710 am, from 10-11 a.m. Please tune in.

    Note to you all - These are all evangelical Christian authors, so it should be quite a party! I have interviewed Tom Sine - a futurist - for The Times but am not as familiar with some of these other authors. I’ve written about Gib Martin’s son-in-law - Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle. We should have some good discussions.

  This will also be the first time I’ve met Dave Ross, who is said to be quite the local talk-show host. So I hope you can all listen in and maybe even drop by the bookstore.

— Julia Duin, religion editor

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Julia Duin

Julia Duin

Julia Duin is the Times' religion editor. She has a master's degree in religion from Trinity School for Ministry (an Episcopal seminary) and has covered the beat for three decades. Before coming to The Washington Times, she worked for five newspapers, including a stint as a religion writer for the Houston Chronicle and a year as city editor at the ...

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