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Spiritual Life

In politics and religion, a line is blurred

By Rich Barlow
June 19, 2004

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Gay marriage. Denying Communion to Catholic politicians who support legalized abortion. The predilection of regular church-goers to vote Republican. Whether politics is local or national, this campaign year it is thick with talk of religion and its influence on voting. Much of this troubles Diana L. Eck, director of Harvard's Pluralism Project, which involves students and professors in researching religious ... (Full Article: 848 Words)

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