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25K teen bible-beaters flock to San Francisco

Do you think anyone “inadvertently” got laid, or whether the sale of Jesus-head rings was brisk, to counter all of those teens that had the hormones flowing. (SFGate):

More than 25,000 evangelical Christian youth landed Friday in San Francisco for a two-day rally at AT&T; Park against “the virtue terrorism” of popular culture, and they were greeted by an official city condemnation and a clutch of protesters who said their event amounted to a “fascist mega-pep rally.”

“Battle Cry for a Generation” is led by a 44-year-old Concord native, Ron Luce, who wants “God’s instruction book” to guide young people away from the corrupting influence of popular culture.

Luce, whose Teen Mania organization is based in Texas, kicked off a three-city “reverse rebellion” tour Friday night intended to counter a popular culture that he says glamorizes violence and sex. The $55 advance tickets for two days of musical performances and speeches were sold out, but walk-up admission was available for $199.

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