Quote of the Day

“I do not find the report surprising or discouraging…With the social benefits of professing to be a Christian no longer in place and the social stigma of not professing to be a Christian now lifted, those who were [nominally] part of Christian America are simply no longer pretending to be part of Christian America. Since those who professed faith but did not practice faith were confusing to account for, this is actually a good thing. Now, it is more likely that if someone is a Christian or non-Christian, he or she will state so plainly.”

Mark Driscol responding to a Newsweek article titled The End of Christian America.

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2 thoughts on “Quote of the Day

  1. It’s not that I have a problem with that quote at all, in fact, I think he’s prolly accurate on this issue, but I like that guy less and less…

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