Sometimes political illiteracy or ignorance leads us to a blind acceptance of political correctness or worse.
There were many things I liked about the inaugural address. It was brief. It was patriotic. It was in keeping with his campaign promises.
Less than a quarter (23 percent) would turn to the office of the U.S. president. About 1 in 10 would turn to the nation’s preachers …
This “bad news” political war reminds us of what happens when we lose a definite and defining code of morality…
“… if there’s no absolute truth, then they’re reluctant to talk about morality.”
“The diversity of heaven is going to shock you.”
“The collective consciousness of America was shaped by Judeo-Christian values, but there is no such thing as a Christian nation.”
We have systematically removed God and His Word from public life in America.
Georgia’s neighbors of Alabama, Tennessee, and South Carolina all ranked in the top five, with Alabama being the most religious state.