Against my writings on the religious worldview of the constitutional framers, several people have pointed out many of John Adam’s more pious proclamations on morality, Christianity, and even the Bible specifically. What is too often lacking from such quotations is much context or nuance showing what Adams really meant. For example, I have written about […]
“There can never be such a thing as a Christian nation.” This has been the refrain of many a seminary professors in the last generation or so. The retreat of Christianity from the public square, the passivity and uninvolvement of millions of Christians in the public debate, the open refusal of pastors and church leaders […]
At the Baptist General Association of Virginia’s Nov. 9-10, 2010 annual meeting in Hampton, Virginia, the participants “adopted a resolution decrying versions of American history that minimize or deny the role of church-state separation and encouraging diligence in correcting mistaken historical accounts.” The resolution, which was passed by a wide margin, considers it “‘a threat […]
Henry Morris explains in his book The Biblical Basis for Modern Science that the Bible’s approach to worldview issues is comprehensive and includes science, technology, the humanities, commerce, law, civil government, and education, in short, every facet of human culture:
I was contacted by the local University of South Carolina (USC) student-led atheist group, the Pastafarians, to participate in a debate on October 29, 2009, on the question: “Is America a Christian Nation?” at the University of South Carolina Darla Moore Business School in Columbia, South Carolina. My original debate opponent was a local Columbia, SC, Unitarian minister who I felt had a similar educational background and level of experience as myself.