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Jan 7, 2012 — Tim Goeglein worked as a staffer in the George W. Bush White House for nearly eight years. In his new book, The Man in the Middle, Goeglein describes his tenure and the role of religious faith in politics.
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Nov 24, 2009 — A secretive fellowship of powerful Christian politicians includes some names that have recently been prominent in the headlines: Sen. John Ensign, Rep. Bart Stupak and Rep. Joe Pitts. Writer Jeff Sharlet describes the men's involvement with the Family, and discusses recent developments within the group.
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Dec 12, 2008 — Blacks in America have a rich religious history. But the diversity of African-American religion doesn't stop with Christianity. For more on the many facets of black spirituality, Farai Chideya speaks with professors Barbara Savage and Obery Hendricks.
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Jun 20, 2008 — In a tense political season, some evangelicals are stopping short of throwing their financial support behind the Republican Party and its presumptive nominee for president, Sen. John McCain. Investigative journalist, Sarah Poser, author of the book God's Profits, explains the political and financial power wielded by a select group of conservative Christian leaders.
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Mar 14, 2008 — In a tense election season, candidates from both parties are courting the evangelical vote. But, within the evangelical community, there are differences of approach regarding issues of same-sex marriage, the environment and abortion. Two evangelical leaders — the Rev. Harry Jackson and the Rev. Jim Wallis — discuss faith and politics.
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Aug 10, 2007 — Nearly a dozen U.S. presidents, from Eisenhower to Bush, have sought the spiritual counsel and political advice of evangelist Billy Graham.
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Oct 19, 2006 — David Kuo is the author of Tempting Faith, a book about why he left his job as a special assistant to President Bush in the Office of Faith Based Initiatives. Kuo criticizes the administration for taking unfair advantage of conservative Christian voters.
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Oct 2, 2006 — In his new book, Letter to a Christian Nation, Sam Harris advocates keeping religion out of public policy. He calls religion the biggest obstacle to a rational public discourse. In the first of a two-part series on religion and politics, Harris discusses his book.
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Sep 29, 2006 — In his new book Letter to a Christian Nation, author Sam Harris criticizes religious moderates — Muslim moderates in particular — who, in defending their faith as tolerant and peaceful, provide cover for extremists.
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Sep 1, 2006 — In his book, The Holy Vote, veteran journalist Ray Suarez explores the politics of faith in America. Suarez writes about gay marriage, intelligent design and other aspects of a fault line that often divides religious people from other religious people.
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