Hilary Clinton was asked at a town hall meeting to talk about her Christian faith. She gave a solid answer, typical of mainline Protestants (she is a Methodist).
My study of the Bible, my many conversations with people of faith, has led me to believe the most important commandment is to love the Lord with all your might and to love your neighbor as yourself, and that is what I think we are commanded by Christ to do, and there is so much more in the Bible about taking care of the poor, visiting the prisoners, taking in the stranger, creating opportunities for others to be lifted up, to find faith themselves that I think there are many different ways of exercising your faith.
There is the Methodist Social Creed (1908) in a nutshell.
Her last point, though, also shows why mainliners are reluctant to wear our faith on our sleeves, for fear of unjustly imposing it on others. "My study of the Bible ... has led me to believe ... [in helping others] to find faith themselves [such] that I think there are many different ways of exercising your faith." For those without ears to hear, this seems as if mainliners do not act on their faith.