(FOX NEWS) Former Vice President Joe Biden has launched an ad campaign seeking to highlight his faith as many conservatives and fellow Catholics have questioned the sincerity of his beliefs.
The campaign includes three ads that are set to run in 14 states, many of which are major battlegrounds, according to Religion News Service (RNS). “These ads are one component of our expansive, direct appeal to people of faith that Vice President Biden’s agenda is much more aligned with their common good values than the divisiveness, racism, and fear we see from the current administration,” Josh Dickson, who leads the campaign's faith engagement, reportedly said.
The ads portray Biden as turning to his faith in dark times and knowing "what it means to be your brother's keeper." In one ad, Biden tells a Jesuit priest and magazine editor that "my father would say the cardinal sin of all sins is the abuse of power."
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