ARTICLE BLASTS CHRISTIANS FOR PERMITTING
THE DECLINE OF U.S. CULTURE
Both Catholic and major Protestant denominations
"being ripped apart - from within - by double agents"
LIFESITE, August 15, 2002
(LSN.ca) - WorldNetDaily author David Kupelian in his article, Why are
Christians losing America, bluntly calls U.S. Christians to task for
standing on the sidelines during the paganizing and corruption of
American culture. The article credits author John W. Chalfant in his
book Abandonment Theology for identifying that this decline has been
accelerated by the deliberate withdrawal from public affairs by many
Kupelian states that the Catholic Church sex scandals are part of this
process whereby Christians are even "losing the war for their very own
institutions - their churches".
Some Canadian pro-life and pro-family leaders believe that Kupelian
and Chalfant's charges also apply to Canadian Christians. B.C.
Pro-Life leader Ted Gerk calls Kupelian's article a "brilliant,
prophetic, must-read piece". Such things as the passive support by
Christians for Jean Chretien, the autocratic, politically corrupt
Prime Minister and other destructive politicians has bewildered
faithful Christians for years.
As for the U.S., Kupelian states that most Americans call themselves
Christians and yet "Twice they chose as their supreme leader Bill
Clinton - a sexual predator and pathological liar who regarded the
'religious right' as enemies and radical homosexuals as friends, and
who by any meaningful and historical measure was a traitor. After
that, millions of Christians came within a hair's breadth of electing
Clinton's partner in crime, Al Gore - another pathological liar, a
radical environmentalist who reveres "Gaia" but believes the
internal-combustion engine should be outlawed".
The article continues that "Christians have lost their former
influence in politics, in the press, in entertainment, in literature -
in virtually every major area of life. Both the Catholic Church and
most of the major Protestant denominations are literally being ripped
apart - from within - by double agents who pretend to be 'faithful'
but actually loathe Christianity's historical precepts and values."
In the end, Kupelian indicates there is a need for a Christian revival
and for Christians of all denominations "to go take a good, long, hard
look at themselves in the mirror" and then turn to "God for help, for
insight, for direction."
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