John McCain: Constitution Established a 'Christian Nation'

He expresses discomfort about a Muslim in the White House and says he won't undergo a full-immersion baptism while campaigning.

Presidential candidate and U.S. Senator John McCain discusses the country's  Judeo-Christian roots, explains why the prospect of a Muslim in the White House makes him uncomfortable, and reveals that he wouldn't undergo a full-immersion baptism until his presidential campaign is over.

 

Watch segments of the video interview.  Or read a transcript below.


What Religion Should the President Be?

  • McCain says he's uncomfortable with a Muslim president but feels Mitt Romney's Mormonism is a non-issue

Is America a Christian nation?

  • How the Constitution established a Christian nation
  • Why tolerance is still crucial

From Episcopal to Evangelical Church

  • Are you now identifying as a Baptist?
  • Will you undergo a full-immersion baptism?

Did Bush's "theological perspective" blind him on Iraq?

  • McCain says the Greek god hubris may be responsible for mistakes in Iraq

Struggles with the Christian Right

  • Why are prominent pro-lifers against you, despite your pro-life record?
  • Did calling Falwell and Robertson "agents of intolerance" end your 2000 campaign?

From self-reliant to God-reliant as a Vietnam POW

  • Why were you appointed chaplain by your fellow prisoners?
  • What is your relationship with God today?
 
 

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Dan Gilgoff
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