NEWS STORY: Private Faith, Public Religion, Merge at Bush Inauguration

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c. 2005 Religion News Service WASHINGTON _ Presidential inaugurations tend to be sober affairs with benign overtures to national unity and American pride. References to God tend to be generic and genteel. But after a bitterly fought presidential campaign in which religion played a larger-than-expected role, President Bush’s second inauguration took on a distinctive spiritual […]

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