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Christians Among the Most Vulnerable: Empowering Women and the Poor in Developing Societies (Full Screen)
RELATED RESOURCES: RELIGION AND PEACE
Miles S. Mullin II, Scholar at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary J. Dalton Havard School for Theological Studies, on the Quintessentially American Religious Backgrounds of Both Presidential Candidates
November 1, 2012
For Mitt Romney, the nurturing communitarian environment of a familial faith tradition that flourished in a hostile environment passed on a heritage of resilience and accomplishment. For Barack Obama, an eclectic but earnest Protestantism grounded his own individual eclecticism so that he overcame personal adversity to succeed in a hostile environment.