Monday, August 25, 2008

Roe v. Wade Must Be Destroyed

by James M. Kushiner
August 22, 2008

I've been watching this phenomenon now for several years: Christians reassessing their engagement with politics and their views of candidates and the parties, nuancing their pro-life and pro-family views so that their no longer "just" about abortion and "gay marriage." Similiar nuancing seems to be at play when it comes to some basic Christian doctrines. According to a Pew report earlier this summer, Christians show an increasing reticence to say that Jesus is the Only Way to salvation:

The survey explored many aspects of American faith, but the headline statistic was this: “70 percent of Americans with a religious affiliation say that many religions—not just their own—can lead to eternal life.” Among Protestant evangelicals surveyed, 57 percent agreed with that statement—including an astonishing 61 percent of Southern Baptists contacted. Solid majorities of several other conservative, evangelical denominations echoed the universalist response. the rest


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