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The Rev Chuck Currie, say that the church has an obligation to be actively involved in the politics of the world 8-)

As I've preached before, my hope is that churches and religious leaders will take an active role in political affairs. That hope remains as we approach the 2012 election cycle but with important words of caution for those who might engage in such activity. People of faith have every right to provide moral guidance on issues facing voters and the nation, but churches, in particular, need to remain far removed from partisan political activity.

For many, political participation by churches goes against the grain of the American ideal. Doesn't the separation of church and state forbid such a mixing of the two?

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