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January 13, 2007

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I find it interesting that Bono made those comments at that age. I believe it was roughly the same age -- in my early 20s in college -- time that I began having similar thoughts about evangelical Christianity of which I was a part.

I believe it took Bono a lot of guts to say what he did at the tender age of 20, and maybe because he came out to give God the glory is why the band is where it is today.
God Bless,
Robyn

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