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The God Debates of '08

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Today's (give or take a few days) Top Five

1. Democratic and Republican presidential candidates quizzed on religious belief and practice

The May 3 Republican debate asked all the candidates whether they believe in evolution, asked the Mormon candidate whether Roman Catholic bishops should deny Communion to parishioners who support abortion rights, and asked the Baptist minister-turned-governor whether he thinks the Mormon governor ...

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