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The secular religion of the Western world is making progress. We need to redouble our effort to bring Jesus into the conversation about what is important in America. Tribal politics brings bad news at every turn. We are the people of hope and we have good news. We serve an amazing God. We must witness to the Way of Jesus and His truth.

That is all there is to it. Jesus has defeated death and the enemy of God. Jesus is in charge and is King!

“If I had to pick one of the most under-appreciated and under-reported stories of 2017, it would be that a post-Christian America is a more vicious America, and that the triumph of secularists is rendering America more polarized, not less. Remove from the public square biblical admonitions such as “love your enemies” and the hatred has more room to grow. When the fruits of the Spirit — love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control — wither, then the culture is far more coarse.

“Not everyone’s missing the story, of course. Both Ross Douthat and The Atlantic’s Peter Beinart have written powerfully on the topic, with Beinart noting how the rise of a post-Christian Left has mirrored the rise of a post-Christian Right. Beinart’s conclusion is correct:”

For years, political commentators dreamed that the culture war over religious morality that began in the 1960s and ’70s would fade. It has. And the more secular, more ferociously national and racial culture war that has followed is worse.

Source: Post-Christian America — Can a Polarized America Survive? | National Review

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