Andrew Sullivan cites excerpts from an article about Obama speaking about faith in public, and argues:
I agree with Sullivan, and just expanding on this, one point I make in an upcoming magazine piece on Obama for our July/August issue is that he shrewdly realizes that appealing to faith is actually an effective way to advance progressive ideas. In his book The Audcacity of Hope, Obama writes, “Scrub language of all religious content, and we forfeit the imagery and terminology through which millions of Americans understand both their personal morality and social justice.”
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