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By Bob Dole
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Topic - David Jeremiah
New York City is known for many things, but a hotbed of religious activity might not be the first thing people think of in the "city that never sleeps." Nevertheless, that's where the Rev. David Jeremiah, the megachurch pastor from San Diego, headed for a celebration of the Bible on Dec. 5 at Madison Square Garden.
Then again, as we cited here a couple of weeks back, David Jeremiah, a popular evangelical speaker and teacher, says he is energized by the prospect of making Scripture relevant to those who aren't familiar with its message.
"My highlight was seeing all these people gathered together in that prominent place lifting their voices in praise to God," Mr. Jeremiah said in a telephone interview after the event. "It was all about God and all about the Scripture. There was just a sense of God's presence in that place."