America: Christian or Post-Christian?

At The American Spectator, Mark Tooley discusses whether the United States is still a “Christian Nation.” A new survey of board members of the National Association of Evangelicals (NEA) found that around “68 percent agreed America is not Christian.” Tooley argues, “Too many religious Americans romanticize America’s religious past while obsessing over the deficiencies of the present.” Tooley cites the late Catholic theologian, Richard John Neuhaus, who famously declared, “America is, as it always has been, an incorrigibly, confusedly, and conflictedly Christian society.”

Read at The American Spectator

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