Greater numbers and coordinated effort usually bolster effectiveness. [...] (still staying on the instrumental level of political effectiveness), the deployment of spirituality, as the Religious Right has shown, adds a depth to political commitment that energizes political action. [...] just as Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, and religious Jews in the Network of Spiritual Progressives will need additional, more specific spiritual homes, so too will secularists.* Still, like her religious brothers and sisters, the secularist can lead a richer spiritual life for being in the Network of Spiritual Progressives.
Is There a Place for a Secular Person in the Network of Spiritual Progressives? Mitchell Silver Tikkun; Mar/Apr 2009; 24, 2; Docstoc pg. 30
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