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Radio Free Acton: Christian Democracy in America

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Radio Free Acton - Christian Democracy

On this edition of Radio Free Acton, Hunter Baker, Micah Watson, Paul Bonicelli and Jordan Ballor discuss the prospects for a Christian democratic political movement in the United States.

Hunter Baker is a university fellow and associate professor of political science at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. He is also an affiliate scholar at the Acton Institute, and the organizer of a symposium on Christian Democracy and America in the latest issue of Perspectives on Political Science. Contributors to the symposium include Micah Watson, associate professor and William Spoelhof Teacher-Scholar Chair in political science at Calvin College, and Paul Bonicelli, director of programs and education at Acton, who co-authored a piece on Christian Democracy and foreign policy with Jordan J. Ballor, senior research fellow here at the Acton Institute.

You can listen to the podcast via the audio player below.

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