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In Depth (The Road to the Inauguration: Ft. Worth, Texas) Part I #776827

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 12, 2005
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(Dallas: Brian Williams) National Exit Poll statistics on evangelical voters cited; President Bush’s statement to the “Washington Times” about his relationship with the Lord quoted. A visit to Ft. Worth, Texas, to examine the growing political influence of evangelical Christians presented. [Travis Avenue Baptist Church pastor Michael DEAN†- comments on the emergence of moral values as an issue in the presidential election.] [Parishioners Ralph & Jan SMITH††, Joel SAWYER††- express political & religious views.] [Ethics & Public Policy Center Michael CROMARTIE†- says to think that the Kingdom of God will come in on Air Force One is to have overly high expectations.]

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Williams, Brian
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00:04:30

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