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Religion in US Politics Religion in US Politics
Religion has long been a staple of American politics. At the national level politicians have continually evoked religious themes, whether addressing foreign policy, social,...

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David Kinnaman on a Recent Barna Group Poll Indicating 51 Percent of Americans Are Worried about the State of Religious Freedom in the United States Over the Next Five Years

January 29, 2013
Protestants and Catholics, who represent nearly three-quarters of Americans, must discern a path that takes seriously the increasing religious diversity of the nation and how religious freedom in America affects freedoms in other countries. By any measure, matters of religious freedom are likely to be an area of significant struggle in the years to come.