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07/25/2008

Video: Looking back at 'Freedom'

by Jeremy Hooper

Here now, a local news report from last week's Exodus Freedom Conference:

ANCHOR: Coming up after the break, meteorologist Storm Thompson will predict that it's going to hail, which will lead some locals to alter the course of their lives out of fear. But then consumer reporter John Wood will tell us why simply replacing the doors on your cabinets will not change their internal structure. And closing out the hour, sports reporter J.R. Slapass will explain why in a matchup between a team of credible scientists and researchers vs. a consortium of evangelicals who are trying to mold actuality so that it conveniently fits their personal world views, the odds will always be on the side of reasoned examination. Don't change either the channel or the core of your being.

Interview - Exodus International Freedom Conference 2008 [YouTube]

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This video makes me sad.
But I still have to laugh at the queen who says, "I came out of the closet and discovered I was in the wrong house!"
That's golden, girrrrrl.

Posted by: Beej the Pink Sheep | Jul 25, 2008 10:58:12 PM

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