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The State of the Union

“It’s evidence of the role that religion and moral values are playing in the nation’s politics as we head into the heart of the presidential campaign” – David Gibson, RNS

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Can we discount the President’s Christianity?

Randall Balmer, Episcopal priest and professor at Dartmouth, asks if any of us are fit to question if the President is Christian.

Balmer remembers an evangelical childhood in which he tried to convert his best friend, a Roman Catholic, before playing a game of catch. It’s in this tradition, he argues, that many American Christians can’t see President Obama as a fellow Christian.

Citing surprising results that found only 9% of Republicans polled believed Obama to be a Christian, Balmer explores the idea of […]

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