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Old 11.05.2017, 10:44 AM   #64
Bytor Peltor
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Originally Posted by !@#$%!
evangelical churches are very dominant in your state in a way that it’s not in others i think. and texas is the largest/most significant/most representative of the bible belt states.

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Originally Posted by Severian
Texas definitely had a corner on televangelist/megachurch/“Get-to-heaven” water bottle selling religious nutbag freakshows.

Evangelical churches are prominent throughout the country, but more so in the South. Nashville has big azz steeple churches on every corner. Missouri and Kentucky have more hell fire radio preachers than you can shake a stick at.

YES - Texas has seemed to perfect the art of mass communication......and while it’s tied to religion, it is in no way an accurate reflection of Christianity.

Said churches, especially the smaller community churches were / are key to helping the community recover from Tropical Storm Harvey. From feeding those in need, dispensing goods and arranging muck-out groups, no doubt churches helped many in need. I did NOT notice the First Islamic Society or Hindu Nation stepping up......the Mormons did!!!

Springer, Bregman and Altuve were on SNL last night.
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