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Looks like Palin has her own church issues — Why isn’t this footage all over the news?

September 9th, 2008 · 9 Comments

It seems that Governor Sarah Palin has some church problems of her own. Remember a few months ago when we couldn’t turn on the evening news without hearing repeated footage of Reverend Wright and his rantings? And while I don’t agree with Rev. Wright’s statements, I think that it is a little odd how there are statements [...]

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Tags: Barack Obama · Evangelicals · Iraq War · Pentacostal churches · Presidential Elections · Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin chosen by McCain as VP candidate – Is she a friend of the Latino community?

August 30th, 2008 · 8 Comments

Yesterday John McCain shocked many by selecting Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin as his vice presidential nominee. Palin, a 44 year old mother of five, has been the governor of Alaska for nearly two years, and prior to that, her other experiences in electoral politics were when she served as mayor of Wasilla and on its [...]

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Tags: Abortion rights · Evangelicals · Hillary Clinton · Immigration · Iraq War · John McCain · Pentacostal churches · Presidential Elections · Sarah Palin

More Latinos join Pentacostal churches

August 25th, 2007 · 14 Comments

I found this article about the growth in Pentacostal churches in Tucson. I can understand why Latinos leave the Catholic church.  Catholicism is mysterious, old, and often quite serious. Then of course, there are the abuses of the Catholic church, but I think that you can find abuses in almost all major faith organizations. I was [...]

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Tags: Evangelicals · Pentacostal churches