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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.
Anna Greenberg, senior vice-president at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, describes the results of her new survey about religion and America's role in the world and analyzes the potential political implications of the findings.
In an interview, Timothy Wirth, president of the United Nations Foundation, describes the role he sees religious groups playing on the world stage, especially on humanitarian issues and climate change.
Despite a divided view of America’s impact on the world, the vast majority of Americans believe the United States has a moral obligation to be engaged on the international stage, according to a new survey.
During an event at the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis, Matthew Brooks, executive director of the Republican Jewish Coalition, predicted that unprecedented numbers of Jews will be voting Republican this election.
Kansas Senator Sam Brownback is heading the national Catholics for McCain committee. During a Catholic luncheon at the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis, Brownback urged Catholics to get out the vote for the McCain-Palin ticket.
Georgetown University Professor of Government Clyde Wilcox says Catholics are highly divided swing voters whose decisions in this election could be crucial to the outcome.