I was reading the New Yorker article on her latest book. The author referenced a 1993 profile in the Times by Michael Kelly which discussed Hillary's theological worldview (a profile she didn't like). So I googled the article, which is quite revealing.
One of the great puzzles of the last quarter century is how a basically devout woman got portrayed as something else. She is a social justice Methodist who was deeply affected by her experiences in youth group. While in Arkansas she developed close ties with many in religious communities. This article also discusses how she used to preach and the influence upon her thinking of Paul Tillich and Reinhold Niebuhr. Also how her political liberalism is at root a religious liberalism. This latter I knew.
What she seems to have not liked about the article is how it presented her crusade to make the world a better place as a kind of benevolent paternalism. This aspect of the Clinton's (most obvious in the 1996 Democratic convention) is something I haven't liked about them. Though I now read her moral warnings and defense of virtue as another time when she was warning about something before it became obvious to the rest of (and clearly one reason she is so galled by Donald Trump). In fact, many of the things she says in the 1993 profile sound like recent David Brooks. Another puzzle how this left of center person with many ideas in common with the right was so villainized by the right.