Roundable: An American 'Cultural Divide'

The 2004 presidential election revived a longstanding debate about the moral values shared by most Americans and how they are shaped by religion and politics. NPR's Tavis Smiley moderates a roundtable discussion on faith, religion and morality. The focus for day three: the question of a "cultural divide" in America.

Panelists include:

» Bishop Vashti McKenzie, president of the Council of Bishops of the African Methodist Episcopal Church

» Bishop Harry Jackson, pastor of Hope Christian Church in College Park, Md

» Rabbi Michael Lerner of the Beyt Tikkun synagogue in San Francisco and editor of Tikkun magazine

» Bishop Noel Jones, pastor of the City of Refuge Church in Gardena, Calif.

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