Editor's note: This is the second installment of our weekly roundup of what evangelical political groups on all sides of the political spectrum are talking about. And yes, we're already making changes. First, we're going to start running this on Friday so that we can make more clear what we mean by "this week." Second, we're changing the name to "Political Advocacy Tracker." ("God Politics," we decided too late, came across more as theft of Jim Wallis's book and blog, "God's Politics," rather than a nod to it.) But we're not overly thrilled with that rather straightforward title, so if you have a better idea, let us know in the comments below. If we end up using it we'll send you a free year of Christianity Today.
Along those lines, many comments on the first installment seemed confused about what this new feature is for. This isn't an exhaustive review of Christian opinion on pressing issues of the day (such as, for example, health care reform). Instead, it's a roundup of what Christian ...1