This chapter describes a key moment that signaled a shift in America's new religious politics: a 2006 event at the famous pastor Rick Warren's church that featured Republican Senator Sam Brownback and Democratic Senator Barack Obama. The chapter then briefly identifies a series of changes that may come as the God strategy develops in the years ahead, including a broader range of issues being emphasized by religious conservatives; conflicts between the familiar leaders of the religious conservative movement and the movement's emerging leaders; and the role that generational change will play as a younger, more religiously and politically moderate public begins to engage in the political world.
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