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"I'm a live-and-let-live guy."
Michael Schiavo,whose political fundraising organization, TerriPac, will support opponents of congressional members who sided against him in the battle over removing the feeding tube from his wife, Terri Schiavo.
"If you're not electing Christians, then in essence you are going to legislate sin."
U.S. Representative Katherine Harris,who is running for Senate as a Republican in Florida.
"The sooner the organization goes completely away, the better. They're a total disgrace."
Steve Scheffler,president of the Iowa Christian Alliance, formerly the Christian Coalition of Iowa, on the national Christian Coalition.
"Wherever you are—in Hajji or Tyre or Marjayoun—if you're patient and believe, you'll make it through this. The most important thing is to stay on this land."
Chucrallah Nabil Hage,the Maronite Christian archbishop of Tyre, Lebanon, speaking at St. George's Church.
"In the last 12 months the Gay Police Association has recorded a 74 percent increase in homophobic incidents, where the sole or primary motivating factor was the religious belief of the perpetrator."
Advertisement in London's Independent newspaper,titled "In the name of the Father," with a photo of a Bible. London police say the figure is false and are investigating the ad itself "as a religiously aggravated hate crime incident" against Christians.

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Sources: Philadelphia Daily News, Florida Baptist Witness, Associated Press, USA Today, The Times

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