James McGreevey Quotes and its meanings

James McGreevey has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Anger Faith Freedom Government History Marriage Politics Relationship

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What does James McGreevey write about?

James McGreevey has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about anger, faith, freedom, government, history, marriage, politics & relationship. People always share Anger quotes, Faith quotes, freedom, government, history, marriage, politics & relationship from his literary works.

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Here are the top most famous quotes by James McGreevey.

  • We are losing sight of civility in government and politics. Debate and dialogue is taking a back seat to the politics of destruction and anger and control. Dogma has replaced thoughtful discussion between people of differing views.
  • I realized that my truest passion was for helping people change through faith in a higher power. That meant, for me, belonging to the church. Using my abilities to bring Christian doctrine to a postmodern world.
  • I'm on the board of a national group called Faith in America. It's designed to fight religious-based bigotry.
  • No relief was forthcoming from my then-Catholic faith, which said the practice of homosexuality was a 'mortal sin' subject to damnation.
  • To be able to love and live in freedom means to be able to make godly decisions. To make godly decisions we have to surrender our egos and all the falsity and shame that goes with it.
  • The arc of American history almost inevitably moves toward freedom. Whether it's Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation, the expansion of women's rights or, now, gay rights, I think there is an almost-inevitable march toward greater civil liberties.
  • You know for many elected officials they all started in the same place. You know marriage is between a man and a woman, but they understand that they are moving inevitably, catching up to the American public.
  • Civil union is less than marriage. Marriage is a sacred and valued institution and ought to be afforded equal protection.
  • Inauthenticity is endemic in American politics today. The political backrooms where I spent much of my career were just as benighted as my personal life, equally crowded with shadowy strangers and compromises, truths I hoped to deny. I lived not in one closet but in many.
  • I kept a steel wall around my moral and sexual instincts - protecting them, I thought, from the threats of the real world. This gave me a tremendous advantage in politics, if not in my soul. The true me, my spiritual core, slipped further and further from reach.