The Rev. Lon Solomon counts among his congregants and close friends Bush commerce secretary Don Evans, Clinton prosecutor Kenneth Star, Sen. James Inhofe of Oklahoma, possibly the most conservative man on the Hill, and fellow Sooner fire-breather, Sen. Don Nickles. And yet, David Cho‘s otherwise superb report in The Washington Post never ventures beyond mild speculation about influence. What about theology? What about belief? What about the fact that one of the most politically-connected churches in America has decided to launch a crusade to convert the Jews? Solomon, a convert himself, “gives every newcomer to his [10,000-strong] church a CD recording of his life story and asks that it be passed along to someone Jewish — ‘your doctor, your lawyer, your dentist, you know what I mean?'”