October 2, 2008
Amy Sullivan —
The Faith Life of the Party: Part I, The Left

The Religious Right has gotten a fair amount of coverage in recent years, while the political Left has rarely been represented with a religious sensibility. Our guest, a national correspondent for Time magazine is a political liberal and an Evangelical Christian who has been observing the Democratic Party's complex relationship with faith and the little-told story of its response to the rise of the Religious Right.

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is a national correspondent for TIME Magazine, author of the book The Party Faithful, and was previously an editor for The Washington Monthly.

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