December 6, 2012

How Christianity Lost Its Voice

Phil Cooke, Huffington Post

Historians can keep arguing about whether or not America was founded as a "Christian" country, but one thing is for sure: For most of this country's history, Christianity has been the dominate cultural force. From the engine behind social service outreaches, to the founding of our greatest educational institutions and hospitals, to prayers before government sessions and sporting events, the Christian faith has made an indelible mark on our society -- at least until recently.

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