December 7, 2012

Should Churches Serve as Polling Places?

Terry Mattingly, Get Religion

Anyone who knows anything about the at times dangerous dance between politics and religion in modern America knows that:

* Religious groups and their leaders are allowed to make public stands on political, moral and cultural issues, but are not supposed to endorse, by name, specific candidates.

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