Pastors Eye A Move From God’s House To The Statehouse

Pastors Eye A Move From God’s House To The Statehouse

By Tom Gjelten

Hundreds of conservative pastors around the country are so upset about what they see as a moral crisis in government that they are preparing to run for public office themselves.

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