Faith-based Programs

Guests: Marvin Olasky Senior Fellow, Action Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty Editor, World magazine One of the architects of President Bush's faith-based initiative Reverend Richard Cizik Vice President of Governmental Affairs, National Association of Evangelicals Reverend Jerry Falwell Chancellor of Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA Joseph Lieberman Democratic Senator from Connecticut When President Bush launched his faith-based initiative many liberal critics attacked his ideas. President proposed providing government funding for church groups for social services. Surprisingly, criticism of the initiative has begun to surface from members of the religious right. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at what's ahead for faith-based programs.

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