From Muslim imams to conservative rabbis and practically every faith in between, religion and religious leaders were front and center at the recent Republican and Democratic political conventions. Expect more of the same in the coming two months as Barack Obama and John McCain and their political parties court the religious vote.
But is this a good thing?
Anti-Defamation League National Director Abraham Foxman, a frequent opponent of the intersection of government, politics and religion, says “This may be good politics, but it is not healthy for our nation” as he weighs in with an Op-Ed for JTA.
What do you think?