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    • Brazil’s evangelicals spurn Marina Silva in election -- Fusion
      Brazil’s election was expected to herald the political arrival of a fast-growing “religious right.” Evangelicals today account for nearly a quarter of Brazil’s population, five times what it was several decades ago. But skepticism toward Silva and a failure of evangelicals to rally behind a single candidate illustrates that this still-fragmented group has yet to turn its growing clout into a unified political force.
    • The Brazilian church that welcomes gay believers into the fold | World news | The Guardian
      There are 14 Metropolitan community churches across Brazil, each with about 70 members. The church was started in Los Angeles in 1968 by the Reverend Troy Perry, specifically for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Christians.

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