Casual Christianity Is Over for Americans

The death of Casual Christianity gives us hope for a resurrection and transformation. Here is a perceptive editorial at the Washington Post: “The end of casual Christianity.” For conservative Christians, a psychological adjustment is taking place. In a de-Christianized culture, it becomes harder to imagine yourself part of a “moral majority.” This was never quite true, but now, with the decline of casual Christianity, it is incredible. So how do 62 million evangelical Christians and other Read more […]

It Doesn’t Take a Majority to Win

Did you know that homosexuals are not in the majority? They make up about 1.7 percent of the population and yet they control Congress, the courts, the media, and our schools. We are in the majority, but we act like a minority. But even a minority can win. When I ponder the history of the heroes of the faith – Moses confronting Pharaoh, David confronting Goliath, Gideon and his small army of 300 standing against the oppressive Midianites, and King Hezekiah confronted with Sennacherib (the king Read more […]

Iran’s Ahmadinejad Understands American Politics

In a so-called “Democracy Forum” held on the Indonesian island of Bali yesterday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad rightly criticized the cost of the recent president and congressional elections ($6 billion at last estimate), calling it a “battleground for capitalists.” Proving that he well understands the modern American political machine, Ahmadinejad further stated that “democracy has turned into the rule of a minority over the majority.” Truer words have seldom been uttered. Say Read more […]