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As it happens, I know a faithful supporter of Pastor Paula, as her followers call her, who could explain her theology. He's the Rev. Paul F.M. Zahl, an Episcopal minister who was my closest friend in high school and with whom I still regularly correspond. He is a frequent attender of Pastor Paula's services. I'm more convinced than ever that Pastor Paula shouldn't have said what she did about demonic networks, but I understand better where she comes from and how, maybe, to respond. And perhaps there's a larger point here about our national political divide. The first thing to recognize about Pastor Paula, said my friend, is that she speaks the language of the Pentecostal Church. If you watch YouTube clips of Pastor Paula preaching, you'll see an ebullient modern evangelist.
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