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Feb 03, 2011


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Yes! Why can't everyone seek unity and peace like we moderate American pragmatists?

Michael W. Kruse

I think the issue for me is seeing every political question in terms of sin/atonement or evil/righteous. A great many decisions are trade-offs ... weighing opportunity costs. It is the linking of religious certitude with political positions that I frequently find troubling.

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