Faith, Politics and the Constitution

The National Constitution Center hosts a conversation about the role of religion in government and the influence of religious conservatives in politics, featuring Kathleen Kennedy Townsend and Peter A. Lillback. Townsend, author of Failing America's Faithful, argues that for too long, the subject of religion has become polarized – politicized by the right and largely ignored by the left. In contrast Lillback, author of Wall of Misconception, counters the claims that Christianity must only reside in the walls of the church by pointing to the religious beliefs of America's Founding Fathers. John DiIulio of the University of Pennsylvania, the first director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, moderates the discussion. Program recorded on 12/17/2007.

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