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The Maine Campus

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They say every two-bit Latin American dictator who wants to unite his country declares war on his neighbor. The Revs. Mr. Bubar, Frankland, and Gass have declared war on their neighbors and one wonders why? These Pentecostal prima donnas compete with each other in the media in their denunciation of all of us who do not live under the domain of their world view or theology. They also compete with each other for the market that exists for such an upside-down gospel. Could it be the media and the message are tailored to the tastes of the consumer?


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