A Post-Christian White House

First Lady Michelle Obama participates in an interview with Oliver Knox for Yahoo during the "Let's Move!" initiative third anniversary tour at McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill., Feb. 28, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)It’s a matter of documentable and observable fact that Europe is now a collection of post-Christian nations. Though revival can and does happen in the darkest of place, facts for the moment are that church attendance there is beyond abysmal. Christian institutions such as marriage, baptism, etc. are by and large becoming things of the past. Couples in Europe (regardless of the definition of the notion of a “couple”) don’t bother getting married anymore. They just shack, have kids, and if the relationship fizzles – move on. There is nothing binding them like a marriage license or vows made before an Almighty deity.

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  1. Linda says:

    Amen. God bless.

  2. Greg Efta says:

    Well said, Derrick. I am most impressed at your ability to express yourself without “demonizing” the left. You are simply and quite eloquently sharing relative information and making sound analysis from it. This approach will sway more minds than the vitriolic screaming and name calling extreme right commentators often resort to. I am far more “right wing” than the average republican, probably more closely aligned with Constitutional Libertarian than Republican, but often find myself at odds with the conservative movement because of the demonizing rhetoric. Yours is not rhetoric, and that is what I respect and admire in you. I have recommended many of my conservative friends to your facebook page. You speaketh the truth! God bless you, and may God bless America, in spite of ourselves!

  3. Kathy Boice says:

    BRAVO! !!!

  4. Peter Boddie says:

    Great job Derrick. Listen up America, this guy’s got something to say!

    God bless you my friend……oops, am I allowed to say that?

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