Mark 3:q25, "If a house be divided against itself, that house cannot stand."
Certainly, everywhere across America Christians and non-Christians alike will be celebrating on that day the freedom we gained from an oppressive king and government - which is certainly something worth celebrating. But, over the last few years I have noticed an unhealthy trend in the Church toward lifting up their political party loyalty and our nation (the United States of America) above and beyond our loyalty to Jesus and the Kingdom which He is building. And so while I'm excited to celebrate on the Fourth on Sunday, I'm a little hesitant and concerned.
Most churches are still putting a great deal of effort into making the 1 hour Sunday gathering viable over the internet for most of their church body. Some are making efforts to find discipleship opportunities outside of Sunday morning. And unfortunately, a great deal of people are still screaming that they want things to go back to the way they were. Seeing all of these reactions, I can't help but ask, should we go back?
According to Pew Research, about 15-20% of Christians in America are under the age of 30 leaving the mass majority of individuals identifying as Christian in America over the age of 30, with about 45-50% being over the age of 50.
Can you not with the "Jesus is the white man's God"? Really, it's so lame and easily refuted. This shows a serious lack of reading comprehension and an even worse victim complex. Everything is the white man's fault somehow, even the spread of the Christian church. Not only has this been thoroughly refuted over and [...]