Divine Impulses: Jars of Clay on Pat Robertson's "excuses"
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Divine Impulses: Jars of Clay on Pat Robertson's "excuses"

The Grammy-winning Christian rock group talks with Sally Quinn on the problem of extremists speaking for Christianity. The impulse to find blame in a crisis, lead singer Dan Haseltine says is "just a means to find an excuse to not get involved." (Video by Elizabeth Tenety)

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