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photoMorals, values, and the Christian evangelical vote were large factors in Bush's re-election victory last week. Evangelical leaders have been praying for Bush and America in their churches, on television, and on the radio.

Christian evangelists are against abortion and gay marriage and for prayer in schools and public displays of the Ten Commandments. Their mission is to stop the moral backsliding of America.

Hear a conversation with evangelical leaders from across the country about their beliefs, their politics, Bush's second term, and the direction America is taking.

Guests:

Anne Gimenez, pastor at the Rock Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia, executive committee member of America for Jesus;

Os Hillman, director of the International Coalition of Workplace Ministries, author of Faith@Work, Faith & Work: Do They Mix? and Today, God Is First;

Steve Munsey, senior pastor at the Family Christian Center, host of the nationally syndicated television show "Steve Munsey Ministries";

Tracie Martin, president of the Baptist Student Union at the University of Kentucky.

This program aired on November 9, 2004.

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