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Obama’s spiritual life takes more private turn

Several pastors who support President Obama said church membership would send an important signal about the depth of his conviction. Several pastors who support President Obama said church membership would send an important signal about the depth of his conviction. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais/ Associated Press)
By Ariel Sabar
Globe Correspondent / February 22, 2010

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WASHINGTON - He named a best-selling book after a pastor’s sermon and was outspoken as a candidate about the value of faith in public life. He infused stump speeches with phrases like “I am my brother’s keeper,’’ and made his journey to Christianity a central theme of the life story he shared with voters. (Full article: 1410 words)

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