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…

GOP Candidates Face Off in Presidential Debate

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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