Sister Aimee

I could certainly weave together a justification for including Aimee Semple McPherson in a blog about the sacred and utopian. But rather than reach for connections, I give you the lady herself as defendant. She who put the cost in Pentecost, who transformed the radio into a mouthpiece of the Lord, and who will likely occupy further virtual space here in the future as my fascination remains ripe.

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