Saturday, April 18, 2009

The Left Continues to reveal Intellectual Incompetence

This is a late comment concerning an article Newsweek magazine ran March concerning "The end of Christianity in America." As I stated in an earlier blog, the liberal left is set on bringing about an anti-Christian attitude in this country. Here is an expert from the opening of this article,

"For a believer like Mohler—a starched, unflinchingly conservative Christian, steeped in the theology of his particular province of the faith, devoted to producing ministers who will preach the inerrancy of the Bible and the Gospel of Jesus Christ as the only means to eternal life—the central news of the survey was troubling enough: the number of Americans who claim no religious affiliation has nearly doubled since 1990, rising from 8 to 15 percent."

Since when does 15 percent out of 100 marks the end. What this article does not say is that many Christians like myself do not allign themselves to religious organizations. It amazes me more how the church is motivated by what liberals say. There are still 85 percent of Americans that do claim to some religious affiliation, but I guess no one was looking at that statistic and the left would not dare expose that. Christianity is not dead, because Newsweek says it is. In fact, it will not die, and those on the left may have had pleasure in reading this article but it is a false hope at best.

It is great to see that after years of trying to destroy the Christian foundations in this country all the left can claim victory for is 7 percent. This would show not that Christianity in this country has declined but that many have changed their concept of what religious affiliation actually means. For me, Christianity is not a religion it is a relationship with Christ and it is in the manner in which I live my life not follow a set of rules and rituals, that I live out my faith. For Newsweek, no religious affiliation meant something totally different. They apparently believe that everyone associates Christianity with religion and that defiinitely is not the case.

I would hope that the pollsters at Newsweek would go back and ask what "no religious affiliation" actually means to the individual. They may find that their time of celebration is very short lived. However, this shows the intellectual incompetence of the liberal left and the media that has bowed down to their ideologies. Do they realize that 15 percent of a whole does not equal a majority. Are they too close minded to understand that those who can think beyond what the media tells them to think will see through their scheme. Just as in November a 4 point win by Obama rendered a landslide, I am not at all surprised that a 15% decline in religious affiliation, to the left means the death of Christianity in America. It's the left in their mode of denial.


  1. Mary B. -- Thank you my friend. Interesting discussion - I agree.
    Wishing you great and abundant success!
    Your boldness and faith will be rewarded.
    Bill - (a/k/a- 73yrsyoung)

  2. Thanks Bill,

    I appreciate you stopping by.