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Culture Friday, a visit to Passion 2015, the oldest known gospel fragment discovered
Today’s news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, a conversation about the state of the abortion movement, plus: a visit to this year’s Passion conference in Atlanta, a papyrus found in the mask of a mummy may be the oldest fragment of the gospel ever discovered, and more
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A conversation with Congressman Tim Walberg
Congressman Tim Walberg has both an undergraduate and a graduate degree from Christian colleges, and he spent 10 years as a pastor before getting himself elected to the Michigan legislature. Over the years, many more members of congress come from the ranks of lawyers and businessmen than from the pastorate or other full-time Christian ministry vocations. Walberg’s story is made a bit more unusual because the district he serves, Michigan’s 7th district, is often identified as one of the most competitive in the nation. He has a 100 percent voting record with the group National Right to Life, and a 94 percent conservative rating from the American Conservative Union. This conversation took place in his office on Capitol Hill.