New York Times hosts large debate on the Christianity of presidential politics

As the dialogue about religion becomes a larger part of national politics, and may continue to be for years to come, the New York Times declared it is fair to ask: "If politicians say their religion guides them, and influential ministers have a litmus test for candidates' 'biblical values' . . . which politicians espouse policies that align with Christianity?"

The Times posed that question to 11 respected and "knowledgeable outside contributors" to discuss the issue in its online "Room for Debate" feature. The responses covered a wide range of thought and insight.

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