Every week, as if on cue, the media stirs up another bout of hysteria over the so-called threat of “Christian nationalism.”
The nagging question I have throughout the sermonizing is this: What exactly are these folks being liberated from — a long and healthy life?
Have you noticed that there is a growing trend to take Jesus’ admonition to love our neighbor as ourselves and morph it into a leftwing policy platform?
If corporations are going to use their product line to impose woke culture, that’s their choice. We, on the other hand, are under no obligation to support any business that hates our values.
What does an ingredient used to bake bread and today’s Alphabet People have in common?
The “culture war” is worth fighting, even if compromised conservatives lack the moxie to do so.
Looks like modern-day science is reluctantly catching up. Hopefully American pastors will do the same.
The left understands — sometimes better than the right does — that whoever shapes the account of a movement has a better chance at shaping the public policy surrounding that movement.
As J. Gresham Machen would say, they’ve started something “entirely different from Christianity as to belong in a distinct category.”
If the candidate is going to hire personnel who champion the unborn, who respect religious liberty and Christian education, who seek to scale back the size and scope of civil government, and who aren’t trying to subvert the biological differences between men and women and castrate kids in the process, then these are all strong factors to consider before casting a ballot.