by Harry R., Jr. Jackson and Tony Perkins
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May 15, 2009 The Rev. Harry Jackson, who pastors a church in the Washington suburbs, believes same-sex marriage is a threat to the African-American family. But the Rev. Michael Eric Dyson, a leading scholar of the African-American experience, disagrees. The two Christian leaders explain their opposing views. Both say their faith informs their perspective.
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March 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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