Commentary: Evangelicals Not All for Bush Commentator William McKenzie, an editorial columnist for the Dallas Morning News, says new polling shows that Evangelical Christians are not uniformly conservative on every issue. About one third of them are described as moderate, theologically conservative on sexual morality but socially progressive on political issues such as poverty and the environment.

Commentary: Evangelicals Not All for Bush

Commentary: Evangelicals Not All for Bush

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Commentator William McKenzie, an editorial columnist for the Dallas Morning News, says new polling shows that Evangelical Christians are not uniformly conservative on every issue. About one third of them are described as moderate, theologically conservative on sexual morality but socially progressive on political issues such as poverty and the environment.

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