Cruising with politics and religion
We need to train a new generation of leaders who understand the intersection of religion and politics in our nation's history, who appreciate what gifts the First Amendment bestows and who want to preserve the glory of religious liberty.
We need to provide them with the tools to shape our democracy to reflect America's rich diversity of heritage, culture, religion and values. And we and they must learn to speak of these things with strangers at the dinner table.
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