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'Evangelical Manifesto' Aims to Depoliticize Religion
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'Evangelical Manifesto' Aims to Depoliticize Religion

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'Evangelical Manifesto' Aims to Depoliticize Religion

'Evangelical Manifesto' Aims to Depoliticize Religion
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A group of conservative Christians released an "Evangelical Manifesto" Tuesday. The statement tries to reclaim and de-politicize the word "evangelical." Alex Cohen talks with one of the document's signers, President of Fuller Theological Seminary Richard Mouw, about the manifesto's goals.

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