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This week, Interfaith Voices hosts a debate on gay marriage as seen in the black church, with Rev. Cheryl Sanders of the Third Street Church of God, and Rev. Dennis Wiley of the Covenant Baptist Church. Host Maureen Fiedler asked each minister why polls find strong opposition to gay marriage among African-Americans...

You can listen to the whole exchange on Interfaith Voices, Sunday at 3 p.m. on WAMU 88.5.

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