Southern Religion

Religion Research finds majority support for health reform

The Public Religion Research Institute’s biennial American Values Survey reported this week that “a(54%) of voters say they would be more likely to vote for a candidate who supported health care reform.”

That’s a contradiction of of Southern Baptist Convention Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission chief Richard Land’s prediction in March that those who voted for health reform would be driven from office in a November electoral Battle of Midway.

There is still a Battle of the Pacific metaphor to abuse. Running hard against health reform may be a kamikaze strategy, Richard.

October 7, 2010 - Posted by | Health, Politics, SBC | , ,

1 Comment

  1. Richard Land should stick with Revelations since the Age of The Prophets has long since passed. He could still hang a shingle out as a Fortune Teller but even that would adversely effect the Southern Baptist Convention’s credibility as I don’t think the majority of Southern Baptists enjoy the expense it takes for him to publish his screwball opinions in their name.

    Comment by jack | October 8, 2010

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