Barrett Duke

VP of Public Policy for the SBC's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission

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Vice President of Public Policy for the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, which represents the Southern Baptist Convention on moral and social problems

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Last night at the  Reagan Library in California , ten candidates got a total of 90 minutes to  make their cases  for the Republican presidential nomination.  The name of Ronald Reagan…

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Last night at the Reagan Library in California , ten candidates got a total of 90 minutes to make their cases for the Republican presidential nomination.  The name of Ronald Reagan…

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