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Religion / Christians at Work #847383

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 18, 2006
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The response of a CNN viewer on religion & values outlined on screen.

(Tampa: David Mattingly) Faith at work at Bible-based companies featured; scenes shown of a company prayer, Bible study, professions of faith at lunch & a meeting of C12, a group of Christian executives. [Christian CEO Bart AZZARELLI‡- says 400 have made their profession of faith; comments on working on the job according to biblical principles; states we treat all worker equal.] [WOMAN - outlines the problems for employees in these circumstances.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN blog response to coverage of Christianity in the work place noted; blog entries from Kim & Mark quoted.

Mattingly, David;
Cooper, Anderson

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