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Old 10-28-2007, 10:30 PM
 
Location: Tennessee/Michigan
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Love affair with Bush has largely ended, sharpening latent internal divisions.

The hundred-foot white cross atop the Immanuel Baptist Church in downtown Wichita, Kan., casts a shadow over a neighborhood of payday lenders, pawnbrokers and pornographic video stores. To its parishioners, this has long been the front line of the culture war. Immanuel has stood for Southern Baptist traditionalism for more than half a century. Until recently, its pastor, Terry Fox, was the Jerry Falwell of the Sunflower State the public face of the conservative Christian political movement in a place where that made him a very big deal.

Evangelical movement shows deep rifts - The New York Times - MSNBC.com (broken link)
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