Anthea Butler

University of Pennsylvania

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Associate professor of Religion Studies and Africana Studies at the University of Pennsylvania

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Mike Pence and Tim Kaine, the two  vice presidential candidates  debate   Tuesday   night.

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Televangelist Jan Crouch died yesterday at the age of 78. Even if you’ve never heard her sermons, you’d probably recognize her image.

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Moving now to another bloc of voters the candidates are vying for: evangelicals.

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