"The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life invited Laura Olson, author of the forthcoming book with the working title, Generals Without an Army: The Protestant Left in American Politics; Jennifer Butler, author of Born Again: The Christian Right Globalized; and Chris Korzen, Executive Director of Catholics United, to discuss the issue."
"A variety of religious voices have been prominent in the 2008 presidential campaign to date, and to the surprise of many observers, these voices include religious activists with liberal and progressive perspectives. They describe a growing movement focused on justice and the common good. Where did this movement come from, and how might it influence this year's election?"
- Laura Olson, Political Science professor, Clemson University
- Jennifer Butler, Executive Director, Faith in Public Life
- Chris Korzen, Executive Director, Catholics United
- John Green, Senior Fellow in Religion and American Politics, Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/560