We're in the midst of a battle for our political lives. The political class thrives by separating us when we disagree on policy and ideas about how to improve our government. They win when they get us to believe that we're not all promoting ideas we think will make this world a better place.
"It's not about what I think about a policy,
it's about what I think about the person who disagrees with me on the policy"
- Pastor Chris Butler
This is not some kind of weak centrism, but a bold commitment to values that transcend the politics of division. We talk about unity not to ask people to shrink back and hide, but rather to lean in and seek understanding. Unity is bold, hard-fought, and vulnerable, but our future is worth it.
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