|Democratic Christians Weigh Their Primary Concerns|
The presidential contenders are wooing religious voters. How do the faithful make sure God isn't a political prop?
Daniel Silliman in South Carolina
Pastor Telley Gadson was the calm center of St. Mark United Methodist Church in Taylors, South Carolina, as the congregation prepared for a visit from Joe Biden’s presidential campaign and a North Carolina congressman who would speak on Biden’s behalf. The historic black church is known as the 9-1-1 because of its street address. And the church did seem like it was responding to a minor emergency Sunday morning as people rushed around to get ready.
An usher burst into Gadson’s office ...
Friday, February 28, 2020
Democratic Christians Weigh Their Primary Concerns