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President Barack Obama spoke movingly of his Christian faith at a White House prayer breakfast, says the US Evangelical Lutheran presiding bishop.
In his speech to the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC, President Barack Obama sets out a vision for religion and belief in modern America, arising from his own commitments.
Tony Blair delivered the keynote speech to the annual National Prayer Breakfast, President Obama's first, in Washington DC this morning. He spoke of religion as "a source of so much inspiration; an excuse for so much evil."
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