Not ready for Larry King Live

An interview with Robert Wuthnow

Robert Wuthnow of Princeton University, who directed research on the public role of mainline Protestantism, observes that the mainline churches have difficulty getting media attention commensurate with their influence. The Century asked him to elaborate.

Is it significant that the mainline lacks religious celebrities who can make news and be sought out for television appearances?


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