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Former Bergdahl Pastor Calls for Mercy for 'Prodigal Son' Bowe—Sheryl Blunt

PLEASE, please, please read this if you have been posting things about the family of Sgt. Bergdahl. There have been some CRAZY things said, and some of it by people who describe themselves as Christians. For what it is worth, I'd learn Arabic and grow a beard to get my kid back, too. Maybe more will come out about this, but for now, let's pray and err on the side of mercy.

The second-largest religion in each stateReid Wilson

Here's one map…

This map is wrongMark Silk

And here is another article saying the above map is totally wrong. (And, Mark is right.)

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Related Topics:Islam; Military; United States
Posted:June 10, 2014 at 4:00 am

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