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By Christian Smith

This individual is a moron who basically hasn't ever taken a facts direction and realized the correct manner that statistical examine is carried out. the pattern taken during this ebook is embarrassingly skewed and biased to claim the least. enable me to direct the reader to web page three of the textual content. realize whatever unusual? it may bounce correct out at you....see it but? no? good, ahem *clears throat* direct your consciousness to the bible belt region at the US map in determine 1. detect how there's virtually no sampling within the bible belt region??? also, observe that the clusters of samples that the survey did use are all in predominantly liberal significant towns (i.e. San Francisco, l. a., ny, Seattle, Chicago, and so on. jeeze. as though we are not going to seize this?? How dumb do you think that humans are??? test getting a few interviews with evangelicals from the place they predominantly dwell to get a correct account as to their reviews at the topics raised during this ebook. this can be propaganda. dont learn it except you will want an instance of ways to skew information to aid a fake concept. strong day!

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An Evangelical Free Church woman from Illinois agreed that Christian ethics are for Christians, and that others must voluntarily choose to join in the faith: Some Christians are concerned with personal morality and traditional values and all that kind of stuff. We should be concerned about that in the church, but in a certain sense there’s no spiritual value in it. I don’t think the church should be out there trying to get people to live like Christians if they’re not. The Bible does tell us to defend the oppressed and voiceless.

So I think maybe Judeo-Christian values were held up more as the norm than they are now. Values like what? Fidelity, honesty, integrity—character qualities that nowadays we seem to overlook. ” I think we accept more [today]. I’m sure it was more hypocritical [in the past]. Here, juxtaposed, are the views that Christian moral values were normative in the past while contemporaries have abandoned these important standards, and that earlier Americans were hypocritical, merely pretending in public to live by those values.

Allow adversaries and antagonists to have their own opinions; 5. never force Christian beliefs on others; 6. avoid disruptive protests and hostile confrontations; 7. rely on the power of individual good examples and shared faith through personal relationships; 8. to influence others, rely on voluntary persuasion through positive dialogue and communication. Some evangelicals clearly did not share this approach. Some thought that Christians should use the political system to marginalize secular forces in society.

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