One Last Question

September 2008
America;9/1/2008, Vol. 199 Issue 5, p4
The article discusses the U.S. presidential candidates' forum hosted by Pastor Rick Warren at Saddleback Church in Southern California. Pastor Warren asked candidates Senator John McCain and Senator Barack Obama about their views on a range of policy issues and about their theological views and personal faith. In response to Pastor Warren's questions, it is said most of the candidates' answer were typical and reflected their very different views.


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