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With antipoverty call, evangelicals seek new tone

Respond to concerns on negative image

By Nina J. Easton
Globe Staff / July 5, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Concerned that the nation's incendiary culture wars have taken a toll on their image, Christian conservatives are joining liberals in calling for more government spending to combat global poverty and are urging fellow evangelicals to remember that their primary calling is personal ministry, not politics. (Full article: 1034 words)

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