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The Huck Tapes

Hanna Rosin has a lovely piece up on Slate today on her search for video and audio tapes of Mike Huckabee's sermons, when he was a Baptist pastor in Pine ...

Can't We Just...

David Brody has posted an email being circulated by progressive faith leaders (whatever exactly that means). I challenge you to read to the end without nodding off. Dear friends, fellow ...

Much Ado About Nothing

Today's NYT piece on John McCain's alleged unethical behavior has caused quite a stir. Conservative talking heads like Rush Limbaugh and Laura Ingraham have rushed to McCain's side. Yet, it ...

The IAF Connection

As the Democratic race moves into the two-ring circus of Texas and Ohio, the poll numbers show a healthy lead for Clinton in the Buckeye State but not much of ...

The Vessel

Sam Stein of Huffington Post noted what he thought was a new line in Barack Obama's victory speech in Houston last night that seemed to designed to tamp down suspicions ...

Wisconsin for Obama

"I want to thank the faith leaders who are here, who gave me a little circle of prayer before I came out here." Prayers answered for him. Add to Favorite ...

Wisconsin for Obama?

No one has called Wisconsin yet on the Democratic side, but the exit polls look very good for Obama. Of particular note, he came within a few points of splitting ...

Tennessee Evangelicals

Rocketboom, a video blog, has an interesting video of some Teneesee evangelicals weighing in on the race. Note how passionately the subjects react to the efferevescent rumors of Obama's faith. ...

Brother's Keeper

Barack Obama has an ad playing in Ohio that begins with religious rhetoric. The ad, "Choices", begins with a reference from Genesis 4:9. Obama says, "It is that fundamental belief. ...

Dramatis Personae

As we head toward the March showdown of the Primary Elimination Tournament, perhaps we should consider the religious roles assumed by each of the Final Four. On the Republican side ...

Whence Evangelicals

A good piece by Dan Gilgoff in today's USA Today on how evangelicals' inability to get behind Mitt Romney saddled them with John McCain. Of particular interest are the remarks ...

Piling On

The Rothenberg Political Report's Nathan Gonzales is unimpressed with the Faith in Public Life/the Center for American Progress Action Fund poll of Democratic-voting evangelicals in Missouri and Tennessee. Jim Wallis ...

Dems get Religion

Amy Sullivan writes for Time this week about the Democrats' embrace of religion. Sullivan focuses on John Kerry's blunders with faithful voters in 2004. For an in-depth look at the ...

What Makes Huckabee Run?

The Inevitability Express may not be hitting on all cylinders, but as the likelihood of halting it fades into oblivion, the question of why Mike Huckabee continues to stay in ...