By Sarah Posner Sarah Posner February 7, 2011 Reagan’s Religion in Politics Legacy Ronald Reagan’s major enduring legacy on religion in politics: not pastors endorsing politicians, but politicians endorsing pastors. Continuing. ronald reagan Share on: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + Sarah Posner Sarah Posner, author of God’s Profits: Faith, Fraud, and the Republican Crusade for Values Voters, covers politics and religion. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Atlantic, The American Prospect, The Nation, Salon, and other publications. Follow her on Twitter. RSS feed Email Twitter Previous articleJust in Time for Darwin Sunday, Washington Post Misses the Point Next articlePresident Obama and Tim Pawlenty Courting Evangelicals in 2012 You may also like July 9, 2014 The Ghosts and Illusions of the Occupation July 8, 2014 ACLU, LGBT Rights Groups Drop ENDA Support Over Religious Exemption July 8, 2014 100 Religious Leaders to Obama: No Religious Exemption in ENDA Executive Order July 8, 2014 Did the Pope Embrace the Prosperity Gospel?