How to Select a Successful Evangelist
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Whose yell shall shake the very topmost spire
When he proclaims some rival rev a liar.
Pass up the knowledge if he has the noise.
Next, see he mixes freely with the boys.
A man with carefully concealed desire,
But one whose sex appeal is like a fire—
Then he is sure of all the women’s choice.
Attend his trail. Let him condemn all thought
Most loudly as the evil he has fought.
Enough vulgarity to pass as humor.
And lead ten thousand from the ways of sin.
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