09 January 2011

Who Said It?

Let's play a game. Here's how it works--I'll post a quote and see if anyone can guess who said it. If no one guesses, then I'll post the answer on Friday. Here's the quote:

"Secularists are wrong when they ask believers to leave their religion at the door before entering into the public square. Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, William Jennings Bryan, Dorothy Day, Martin Luther King--indeed the majority of great reformers in American history--were not only motivated by faith, but repeatedly used religious language to argue for their cause. So to say that men and women should not inject their 'personal morality' into public policy debates is a practical absurdity. Our law is by definition a codification of morality, much of it grounded in the Judeo-Christian tradition."

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Barack Hussein Obama.

David Hoffer, weighing in.

Anonymous said...

That, is a bridge too far.