Earlier this week, while still recovering from my concussion, I had a lengthy phone conversation with a reporter about EFM’s activities over the past six years. It made me realize how much we’ve written in support of Mitt. While we can always point people to our book, I started thinking: “What are the ‘greatest hits’ in our case for Mitt? What are the major EFM pieces in the MSM and elsewhere?” Here is my best shot at a list (and a walk through memory land):
The Washington Post: The evangelical case for Mitt Romney — and against Robert Jeffress
CNN (this one is the most vitriolic column I’ve ever written, but I was incredulous at Gringrich’s appeal to evangelicals): Why evangelicals should dump Gingrich.
National Review Online (I’ve written quite a bit for NRO, but this piece came at a critical time): Mitt Romney defended rights of conscience in Massachusetts.
Patheos: Mitt Romney’s health care advantage?
Patheos (again): A letter to evangelicals who don’t support Mitt because of his Mormonism.
Patheos (yet again): A Mormon president: are souls at stake?
Patheos (yes, yet again): The case for Mitt Romney.
The Daily Caller: Evangelicals can (and should) support Mitt Romney.
and . . .
My favorite piece from the EFM archives: Mormons: an appreciation.
In the weeks and months that follow, one or more of your friends will ask about Mitt, and I’m betting that the answer can be found in one of the columns above. Read (or re-read) and enjoy!