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On the campaign trail, both John McCain and Barack Obama have referred to America as a force for good in the world. Do Americans agree?
Read more of Kim Lawton's interview with University of Oklahoma professor Allen Hertzke on religion and America's role in the world.
We have a story today about a born-again preacher in Juarez, Mexico who takes care of the poorest of the poor - unwanted, drug-addicted, mentally ill street people with no place to live.
The choice between John McCain's neoconservatism and Barack Obama's liberal internationalism in foreign policy is as important as the differences between them on economic policy.
Anna Greenberg, senior vice president at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, presented the results of a Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly/UN Foundation national survey on how religion shapes American perceptions about US foreign policy priorities and commitments.
Managing editor and correspondent Kim Lawton highlights the findings about young evangelicals in the Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly/UN Foundation survey on religion and America's role in the world.
Timothy Wirth, president of the UN Foundation, describes the foundation's participation in the survey on religion and America's role in the world and its interest in the views of faith communities.
John Hamre, president and CEO of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, remarks on the importance of the religious impulse in foreign policy and government's "intellectual blinders" when it comes to understanding religion's role.
Timothy Shah, adjunct senior fellow for religion and foreign policy at the Council on Foreign Relations, comments on the Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly survey findings about evangelicals and non-evangelicals and on America's historical sense of covenant, calling, and self-criticism about its conduct in the world.