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CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 04, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A YouTube video of a young boy in an Indiana church singing against homosexuality shown; details given about the view of North Carolina Pastor Charles Worley preaching against gays.

(Greensburg, Indiana: Gary Tuchman) A visit to the Indiana church where the boy sang an anti-gay song presented; scenes shown from outside the Greensburg Apostolic Truth Tabernacle church and of the boy singing to applause. [Several CONGREGANTS, Two DEMONSTRATORS - comment on what happened.] How congregants were advised not to talk to CNN discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Other anti-gay preaching in churches noted. Live discussion held with "Walking the Bible" author Bruce Feiler about these church preachings. [FEILER - says there have long been two camps {literalists vs. spirit of the Bible} in churches in America about social issues; comments on the role of social media in publicizing what is said in churches.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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