Joel Hunter

Senior Pastor, Northland

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Joel Hunter on KCRW

Evangelical Christians are broadening their horizons. In addition to abortion and same-sex marriage, they're now focused on poverty and the environment.

A Political Transformation on the Religious Right?

Evangelical Christians are broadening their horizons. In addition to abortion and same-sex marriage, they're now focused on poverty and the environment.

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