Last week, Vice President Joe Biden met with faith leaders to discuss strategies for reducing gun violence. However, as Dr. Robert P. Jones points out in a segment for CNN, there are religious groups on both sides of this issue. While majorities of Catholics and the religiously unaffiliated favor stricter gun control laws, majorities of white mainline and white evangelical Protestants are opposed.
Our Corner | CNN Interview: Gun Issue Divides Religious Community
January 14, 2013 by Amelia
Filed Under: Catholics, Evangelicals, gun control, Mainline Protestants, Our Corner, Politics & Government, RNS Blog, Unaffiliated, Violence
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