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NAE Chooses Cizik's Replacement

The National Association of Evangelicals has chosen a replacement for Richard Cizik, who resigned last year after saying he was shifting his views on same-sex civil unions. The new director of government affairs is Galen Carey, a longtime employee of World Relief, the NAE's humanitarian arm. The full story is on CT's site.

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Posted:June 24, 2009 at 10:30AM
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NAE Chooses Cizik's Replacement