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What place does politics have within the congregation?

Politics is a part of our culture. But should it be a part of our religious life? When we enter the door of our place of worship, can we and should we leave our politics at the door?

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Greg Jordan : North United Methodist Church - Indianapolis, IN
Greg Jordan

"Not everybody's going to agree on who they think the best public officials are."
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Bill Liberte : First Christian Church - Falls Church, VA
Bill Liberte

"I think we can live together as a church and a State."
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Pastor Clarence Williams : Greater Mt. Zion AME - St. Petersburg, FL
Pastor Clarence Williams

"I am not an advocate of trying to legislate morality."
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Cherise Mendoza : Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Bellevue, WA
Cherise Mendoza

"Probably a stereotype is that we're all Republican."
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David Dance : Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Bellevue, WA
David Dance

"I'm so grateful that we live in a free land."
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