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“Bates, a sober, thoughtful, and anything but fire-and-brimstone speaker, traveled to Roswell, New Mexico, in 2009 to make similar warnings at a fundamentalist Christian counterconference on the officially designated anniversary of the supposed crashing of a UFO with “aliens” there in 1947.”
“Along those lines, Mr. Callahan seldom has been described as a fire-and-brimstone coach.”
“His biographer, Richard Immerman, notes that many Europeans believed that Dulles was “a fire-and-brimstone anti-communist fanatic who would risk the nuclear annihilation of the continent in an effort to blow a hole in the Iron Curtain.””
“Interestingly, most of the tract-distributing evangelist types nowadays mostly ignore the New Testament, preferring the more ancient fire-and-brimstone God to the one who loved you so much he sent his only Son to save your miserable undeserving soul.”
“I grew up in an Orthodox home in New York, where I had a right-wing, xenophobic, anti-intellectual, fire-and-brimstone, free-thought free, shtetl-mentality, substandard education.”
“Egypt's Sunni Muslims have next to nothing in common with Iran's fire-and-brimstone Shia.”
“She was no fire-and-brimstone preacher, but over the past 14 years, Apostle Peebles was a charismatic and powerful presence before her thousands of congregants, a motivational life coach of sorts who laughed and cried during sermons.”
“Only Cannavalefails to impress, bringing too much ham to his rambling fire-and-brimstone monologue.”
“This sentiment is not just limited to the right-wing, fire-and-brimstone set.”
“Before, the UAW had a fire-and-brimstone approach to bargaining.”
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