Teaching Religion and Politics

If you have teenagers then they’re probably thinking more about the upcoming presidential election than they ever have before. This Beliefnet analysis of twelve major political religious voting blocks looks like a pretty good thing to share and discuss. Yes, it’s a wee bit dated since it’s based on the 2004 election. But it’s not that dated – religious blocks haven’t shifted a whole lot since then. Using this piece to discuss how each of the 12 might vote in the next election just makes sense.

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One response to “Teaching Religion and Politics

  1. Just tagged you for a meme…

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