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Michael Youssef is an Atlanta-based pastor, radio teacher, and author of more than 35 books—including Jesus, Jihad, and Peace. On this episode of Listening In, host Warren Smith talks with Youssef about his latest book Saving Christianity? In it Youssef offers a biting critique of so-called "progressive Christianity" and offers a way forward for Bible-believing followers of Christ.