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Topic - Bryan Fischer
If it were't for God's mercy and compassion, Bill Maher — who recently made headlines by dismissing the deity as a "psychotic mass murderer" — would be struck down, one evangelist explained.
Social and economic conservatives have worked together under the mantle of the Republican Party since Ronald Reagan made them the core of his 1980 coalition, but the alliance now may be fraying.
Mr. Fischer also said, the blog site reported, that Mr. Maher might have thought his statements were "hip and trendy and kind of cool."
Bryan Fischer, who works with the American Family Association, said Mr. Maher ought to consider himself lucky to be alive, after making anti-Christian comments that accused that God "drowns babies," among other claims.