The God Strategy


These days, every smart presidential candidate knows that you can’t win the election without using religion strategically. That means visiting religious universities, referencing the Bible, and ending all major speeches with “God Bless America.” It’s all part of what David Domke calls “the God Strategy.”


 


Voter Voices, Part II

Two people of faith tell us how religion and politics intersect in their own lives. Our series concludes with undecided voters: an African-American Mormon and a Muslim woman.

ON Interfaith Voices | November 6, 2012 | 12:00 pm

The God Strategy and Voter Voices Part 2

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The God Strategy


These days, every smart presidential candidate knows that you can’t win the election without using religion strategically. That means visiting religious universities, referencing the Bible, and ending all major speeches with “God Bless America.” It’s all part of what David Domke calls “the God Strategy.”


 


Voter Voices, Part II

Two people of faith tell us how religion and politics intersect in their own lives. Our series concludes with undecided voters: an African-American Mormon and a Muslim woman.

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  1. KKFI – InterFaith Voices is an amazing show and part of my Tuesday. I’m an atheist but find every show informative and all inclusive of all views on a topic. I learn something from every show.

    Keep this show on the program schedule KKFI!!! This show is one reason I $upport KKFI.

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