December 20, 2012

Can Safe Sex Save the Planet?

Jesse Ellison, Newsweek


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At age 60, Richard Cizik is used to being on the outs. He spent 28 years working at the National Association of Evangelicals, eventually becoming the lobbying group’s vice president for governmental affairs. But after taking a strong—and controversial—stand on climate change and then saying in an interview that he supported same-sex civil unions, Cizik says he was told to pack up his office and leave the premises.

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