If a person looks at faith like a string of Christmas lights, if one junction along the string is flawed, then the whole string is dysfunctional. The problem, though, is that such a view of faith is too easily manufactured and too easily broken.
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In a letter delivered last week to Romney, Christian leaders acknowledged that some conservatives have “tempered their enthusiasm for sound governing principles by their concern over differences in a candidate’s theological doctrine.” But, the leaders said, "it is time to remind ourselves that civil government is not about a particular theology but rather about public policy."
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