Pre-debate Roundup

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witch.jpegRich Cizik is still carrying the torch for big-tent evangelicalism, in an interesting Q. and A. with GOM.
Melissa Rogers catches the Alliance Defense Fund in full blink mode on its forthcoming Pulpit Initiative.
The Anchorage Chabad rabbi thinks Obama would be as good for the Jews as Palin.
And last but anything but least, Bill Donohue is defending Palin from witchcraft charges. Well, nobody’s charged Palin herself with being a witch, but she’s been ridiculed for having received a prayer to protect her from the assaults of witches from that Kenyan pastor, who can, according to Donohue, be forgiven for laying on the protection. Why? Because “[w]itchcraft is a sad reality in many parts of Africa, resulting in scores of deaths in Kenya over the past two decades.” Donohue believes witches are killing people in Kenya? Maybe the League should fedex some of its copies of the Malleus Maleficarum down to Nairobi.