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  • Rob-outside-lav Robert Kellerman is an assistant professor of English at the University of Maine at Augusta, where he teaches composition, introductory literature courses, medieval and Renaissance English literature courses, history of the English language, and introductory lgbt studies. Previous to living in Maine, he lived on Guam and in Michigan. He enjoys drinking coffee, swimming, classical music, reading, and writing.

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September 25, 2010


Lee Kottner

I wonder if this isn't a Michigan phenomenon as much as it's a Flint phenomenon. A lot of my former Oscoda classmates are pretty conservative Christians too.


I think it's an economic thing, frankly -- conservative Christianity takes hold where people's live are precarious. So, yeah, Oscoda would be a logical place to see it happen, and Flint -- well, no question.

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