A Texas preacher, to library books and the constitution: Check this out!

Lynn, Barry W.
September 1998
Church & State;Sep98, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p23
Opinion. Discusses the books `America Can Be Saved!' by Jerry Falwell, and `The New World Order,' by Pat Robertson, both focusing on religion. Reference to the religious campaign launched by Pastor Jeffress; Author's views on homosexuality.


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