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Contents:  Winter 2005,Vol. 7, No. 3   




From the Editor:
Our New Religious Politics
by Mark Silk








Religion Gap Swings New Ways
The new swing voters are pretty regular attenders and mainline Protestants.
John C. Green.

A Certain Presidency
Journalists struggled to get a fix on President Bush's religion.
Andrew M. Manis

Schiavo Interminable
Florida's famous life-support case lives on.
by David W. Machacek

Iraq's Sunni Clergy Enter the Fray
Sunni Arab clerics are surprise players in the insurgency
by Eric Davis.

Windsor Knot
Journalists cut - sometimes too quickly - to the chase in covering an Anglican report about gay bishops, poaching prelates, and impaired communion.
by Michael McGough.

Protestants in Decline
Creeping secularism saps America's Protestant majority.
by Andrew Walsh.

The Televangelical Scandal That Wasn't
Few join the Los Angeles Times' crusade against the head of Trinity Broadcasting.
by Rebecca Fowler.

Channeling Bleep
New Agers get their Passion.
by Christine McCarthy McMorris

Cut-Rate Religion Coverage
The latest circulation panacea disses the religion beat.
by Andrew Walsh.

Contributors                  new Religion by Region book series         

The opinions expressed in this magazine are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Lilly Endowment or the Pew Charitable Trusts.

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