"There's an emerging America where issues like children, religion and patriotism are far less important. And in America, it’s the emerging generation that calls the shots about where the country is headed."
A few weeks ago, I came across a video that you might call “YouTube Gold.” That’s the phrase used these days for “an oldie-but-a-goodie” video. It was a classic Chuck Colson speech. He was speaking at a conference that was otherwise overly-academic.
Just a few years ago, the church was battling the secular culture on controversial issues like abortion, homosexuality and religious freedom. Now, we within the church seem to be battling each other on these issues, more and more.
On the second Sunday in June, hundreds of thousands of people filled the streets of Hong Kong to protest a proposed law that would allow people to be extradited from the former British colony to mainland China.
In light of a recent Barna survey suggesting that pastors are afraid to tackle moral issues, I was pleased that Dr. Michael Brown asked me to be on his show regarding why the pulpit is silent? The interview is below.
Roughly half of self-identified evangelicals affirm at least one New Age belief, including a third who believe in psychics and one in five who believe in reincarnation or astrology, according to a new Pew Research Center poll.