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Topic - Robert Dekker
A Presbyterian pastor on the Delaware coast is drawing a line in the sand on the beach this week in the vacation community of Lewes (pronounced "Lewis") to celebrate freedom, which was the original point of the Fourth of July.
A Delaware pastor whose hopes to hold a Rehoboth Beach worship service were dashed by a denied government permit said that's lunacy — the town was founded on Christian principles.