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11/14/2012

Audio: MN for Marriage's Andy Parrish is mad at evangelical churches (and he's naming names)

by Jeremy Hooper

Minnesota pastors John Piper and Leith Anderson, you didn't work hard enough encouraging your flock to mix faith and politics, so now you and your fellows are on notice:


FULL INTERVIEW: [News Talk AM 1130]

No Andy, you all didn't do what you needed to do. But I would argue your frustration lies more with Minnesotans growing awareness of the constitution and its proper usage (and promises) than it does with any one religious community.

Oh, and I'm pretty sure I heard John Piper say quite a bit, actually.

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