Christians as peculiar people – Ministry Matters


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I’d like to offer an utterly unscientific theory: They (okay, we) are beginning to feel cultural dissonance as the influence of Christianity has diminished in the West. Mainline Protestantism is rapidly collapsing. Other groups interviewed for the survey disagree. I was intrigued by a recent article by Rabbi Brad Hirschfield on why white evangelicals might feel this way and how people of other faiths might best respond to these feelings. Christians do at times face discrimination, but it’s hard to argue that they do so more often than Muslims in the United States. Read More…