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03/04/2013

Bryan Fischer annoyed 'The Bible' failed to mirror own obsessive cause

by Jeremy Hooper

The American Family Association spokesman popped some popcorn, grabbed a blanket, fired up the History Channel, and snuggled up for some Sunday night viewing. His review of The Bible, episode one:

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Or, you know—the actual "sin" of Sodom was something else, something more, and something more aggravated than modern "culture warriors" might have you believe. Just a thought, Bryan.

Next week, Bryan, maybe tune in to Girls instead. Hannah's mistakes and foibles are always ably described.

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