James "Jim" Guth

Professor of Political Science at Furman University

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Professor of Political Science at Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina, he has studied, read and taught about religion and politics for 20 years; co-author of The Bully Pulpit: The Politics of Protestant Clergy

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