Thursday, March 15, 2007
Global warming gap among evangelicals widens
MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota (CNN) -- A sharp difference of opinion over which issues ought to top the political agenda of Christian conservatives spilled out into the open at this week's meeting of the National Association of Evangelicals.
The group rebuffed complaints from some of the religious right's leading lights about the organization's newfound focus on global warming.
Watch video: CNN's Mary Snow reports that a feud is breaking out between evangelicals and the religious right.
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