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Evangelical Christians are on the Left Too

By Timothy J. Williams, University of Oregon On Oct. 3, Longwood University, a public university in Virginia, hosted the first and only 2016 vice presidential debate. In what were described as the debate's "most sincere" and "most honest" moments, Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Governor Mike Pence (R-IN) discussed their religious faiths. Pence, a Roman-Catholic-turned-evangelical, appealed to familiar concerns of the Christian right, such as abortion and "the sanctity of life.
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