Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: rural southwestern N.Y. State
[QUOTE=littlecanoe;2055964846]That view is like the global warming of Christiandom. The Bible does not exist as a means of predicting the future, contrary to popular thought.
"This all happened before now"..is called the Preterist view..doesn't hold up under scrutiny(IMO), but the RC and some reformed churches stick with the Peterist view.
Becoming non-Christian is not limited to the democrat party.
Oh, did someone suggest that apostacy was limited to Democrats ?
It is a major trend happening within American Fundamental and Evangelical churches. Not in my experience. There are 4 churches located in my little hamlet. The 3 Bible believing churches are thriving, while the single main-liner, is in trouble. How about it guys? How are the churches in your community doing, are the evangelical churches drawing more than the main-liners?
This line of reasoning would indicate that the Republican Party is becoming non-Christian, too.
What line of reasoning? ..And how does whatever line of reasoning you are talking about apply to Republicans.]
I would not doubt that statistics would show that both parties are equally leaving Christianity.
It sure didn't look that way at the 2012 DNC convention LOL
Nice try at stirring !
"Politically correct" language, is really Orwellian 'newspeak'. (Michael Cutler)
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