Why We Should Do Politics like Episco...

Why We Should Do Politics like Episcopalians

There are 62 comments on the Patheos story from Aug 27, 2012, titled Why We Should Do Politics like Episcopalians. In it, Patheos reports that:

Despite the tiny number of Episcopalians in America - 2 percent or so of the population—more presidents, senators, and Supreme Court justices have been Episcopalian than have been identified with any other religious affiliation. That suggests that maybe Episcopalians have some gifts for politics.

Now there could be some less-than-flattering reasons for this, of course ...

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Since: Jun 07

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#63 Sep 10, 2012
Made it to the Old North Church in BOSTON...what a great trip. Now just where did they get those ideas about how to govern?

“... truth will out.”

Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#64 Sep 10, 2012
MiddleWay wrote:
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Don't know ...
... you sure don't.

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