>. . .
>> In short: how does one provide a critique of religion
>without being dogmatic or
>> pendantic while working through political issues at the
>Contrast the positive aspects of religion with the negative
>of the religious right, in terms of policy. Force the
>discussion to relate
>religious abstractions to their real consequences.
Yes, and what about turning the other cheek, judging not that ye be judged, letting him without sin cast the first stone, driving the moneychangers out of the temple, etc.