Rev. Wright in Dallas: "I Was Given a Public Crucifixion"

The Rev. Jeremiah Wright gave a sermon this morning at the Friendship-West Baptist Church in Dallas.
He received a standing ovation.
FOX News reported:

The Rev. Jeremiah Wright, the embattled pastor of presidential candidate Barack Obama, gave a 45-minute sermon on Sunday that included a reference to his “public crucifixion” for past comments from the pulpit.

Wright received a standing ovation from the 4,000 worshippers at Friendship-West Baptist Church, The Dallas Morning News reported on its Web site.

Al Sharpton was an honored guest at the church earlier in the month.

UPDATE: Jeremiah Wright is speaking at the NAACP Detroit Dinner tonight. The talk is on live on FOX News.

UPDATE 2: Infidels Are Cool has the Wright speech to the NAACP posted.

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