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Religion News Service 12/04/2006
These publications have stumbled even as progressive religious thinkers, such as bestselling author of "God's Politics" the Rev. Jim...
411mania.com 12/04/2006
The Rev. Jim Wallis gave the weekly Democratic radio address and had this to say: "Wouldn't coming together to find common ground that...
World Net Daily 12/03/2006
When incoming Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid wanted to "set a new tone" by having a "non-partisan religious leader" deliver...
Stratfor 12/03/2006
The leadership of the evangelical movement is beginning to split on these issues. In addition to Hunter, influential evangelicals such as...
The Christian Post 12/03/2006
“In the face of this [AIDS] crisis, it boggles our minds and offends our God-given sense of justice that these groups would choose to attack Senator...
The Washington Post 12/02/2006
Democrats and Republicans should work together to find new ways to end poverty, curb government corruption and strengthen families, Rev. Jim Wallis...
The Washington Post 12/02/2006
Democrats turned to an evangelical Christian to give their weekly radio address on Saturday, citing a desire to avoid partisanship after last month...
Fox News 12/02/2006
Delivering the Democratic radio address, the Rev. Jim Wallis, head of the liberal Sojourners/Call to Renewal, an evangelical social justice movement...
The White House Bulletin 11/30/2006
In what congressional Democrats say is the first instance of a non-elected official delivering the party's weekly radio address, the liberal Rev...
The Christian Post 11/29/2006
Opposition to abortion and gay marriage always galvanizes many, but this time not enough. Referendums on such issues offered mixed news. Green noted...
Associated Baptist Press 11/28/2006
Jim Wallis, the founder of Sojourners/Call to Renewal, said the results about Iraq show that religious people want to address the issue head-on. “On...
The Ledger-Enquirer (Columbus, GA) 11/28/2006
The religious vote should always be a swing vote," Wallis said. "We should be morally centered but not centrists; religion should play a...
The Charleston Gazette 11/27/2006
"A year ago, a group of southern Douglas County (i.e. Lawrence) persons, a complete cross-section from conservative to atheist, heterosexual to...
The Washington Post 11/26/2006
Jim Wallis is preaching about a Bible torn apart. Wallis tells the crowd at the Seattle Pacific University chapel that when he was in seminary, a...
Tidings (Montreal) 11/24/2006
In Pennsylvania, the Democratic Party supported Bob Casey Jr. from the start of his campaign, even to the point of discouraging other Democrats from...
The Chronicle of Philanthropy 11/23/2006
"Some people will always say that government spending (based on taxes) is necessary to pay for things that private charity will not," he...
Online NewsHour with Jim Lehrer 11/22/2006
"They care about losing marriage, but they aren't going to scapegoat gays and lesbians for the breakdown of the American family,"...
The Gazette (Colorado Springs) 11/21/2006
“The election became about other things,” said Jim Wallis, a Christian political writer. “These Democrats may be socially conservative, but they are...
The Gazette (Colorado Springs) 11/21/2006
“The election became about other things,” said Jim Wallis, a Christian political writer. “These Democrats may be socially conservative, but they are...
Sudbury Star 11/18/2006
When I read the words of Jesus, I can't understand why some members of my faith have a divide, a disconnect, between personal faith and social...