By R. C. at Tabletalk online.
Unless, of course, one is part of the 57% of American neo-evangelicals. Yikes! (HT: Tricia)
Hollinger speaks for many secularists in the academy, and we can learn from his perceptions and concerns. He is correct that establishmentarian Christianity has difficulty providing social and political equity in the presence of demographic diversification. So the best response is to . . . Continue reading →