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Can the Democrats Solve Their Religion Problem?

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By Rod Anderson , CP Cartoonist
August 4, 2014|9:45 am
Can the Democrats Solve Their Religion Problem?

 Within their coalition, the Democratic Party has both those who believe religion causes harm and those who find great value in their religious faith. Much of the party's future will depend on how party leaders navigate these opposing views.

Part one of this series pointed out that the Democratic Party represents well both the non-religious and racial minorities. In the future, however, the religious in America will be mostly non-whites and the non-religious will be mostly whites. To win elections, therefore, the party will need to manage the differences between these groups.

One can, of course, be non-religious without being anti-religion. A problem for Democrats, though, is that some of the loudest voices from the secular left in recent years have demonstrated suspicion or open hostility toward religiously motivated viewpoints. In such an environment, the more that liberalism becomes associated with secularism, the more difficult it will be for the Democratic Party to mobilize those for whom religion motivates liberal political beliefs.

Read more at http://www.christianpost.com/news/political-party-analysis-democrats-will-lose-elections-if-they-dont-fix-their-religion-problem-part-2-124059/

 

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