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I had the opportunity last week to interview Christian pollster (and author of a gazillion books) George Barna and Christian historian and founder of Wallbuilders, David Barton on behalf of KTIA Radio (99.3 FM/1260 AM) before the Iowa Renewal Project Conference in West Des Moines that was hosted by the American Family Association. I asked both should Christians be involved in politics and what that should look like. Watch below:


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  1. My only input has to do with volume. I don’t know if it was my computer or not, but I had to use headphones to hear the videos. Also, perhaps you and Mr. Barton didn’t have an opportunity to find a quiet place to conduct the interview, but the background noise of the conference really detracts from his commentary.

    — I really liked David’s thoughts on the IRS and pastors discussing politics from the pulpit in contrast to Unions and 501’s vis-a-vis the law.

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