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It goes to Andrew Sullivan, who wrote of President Obama’s Cairo speech,
At its heart, the speech sprang, it seemed to me, a spiritual
conviction that human differences, if openly acknowledged, need not
remain crippling. It was a deeply Christian – and not Christianist –
address; seeking to lead by example and patience rather than seeking to
impose from certainty.