Evangelical Christians: Left and Right Evangelical leaders on the political right and left discuss the politicization of their beliefs and the future of their movement.
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Evangelical Christians: Left and Right

Evangelical Christians: Left and Right

Evangelical Christians: Left and Right

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Evangelical leaders on the political right and left discuss the politicization of their beliefs and the future of their movement.

Guests:

Barrett Duke, vice president for research with the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission

Randall Balmer, professor of American religious history at Barnard College, Columbia University in N.Y., and an evangelical Christian who is a political liberal

Rev. Rob Schenck, minister of the Evangelical Church Alliance; president of Faith and Action; and a conservative evangelical Christian