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Non practicing, non traditional

by on July 6, 2011

There is bad new for those who wish to run for office without invoking God’s name. “Racial identity is no longer the greatest barrier to elected office. Religious identity is.”

Here are the questions I’d like to challenge [you] to consider and hopefully discuss, perhaps even debate. How close do you honestly think our country is to electing a non-practicing, non-traditional Christian as president — Jewish, Muslim, Mormon or otherwise? (Click here to see a list of The Most Influential Non-Practicing Christian Politicians in American Politics.)

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