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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Tim Wildmon
The parents who wanted to name their baby boy "Messiah" but were told they couldn't by a Tennessee judge have received some support from a perhaps unexpected camp — a traditional family group with a Christian-based mission.
Tim Wildmon, who heads the American Family Association, a group that promotes traditional family values, said that while he agreed "with the judge's sentiments, 'that the only true Messiah is Jesus Christ,' [he didn't think] a judge should be able to rule on what parents could name their child."