~ 20 February 2004 ~

Identity Crisis

A Washington Times article listed by Drudge says that evangelicals are frustrated by Bush and feel like he “left them on the table” since coming to power in 2000. I disagree that most evangelicals are disappointed, but what concerns me most about this article is the way that evangelical groups are cited.

Listed are complaints from the Culture and Family Institute, Concerned Women for America, American Values, Family Research Council, and the American Family Association. I realize the need for such organizations, but isn’t it lamentable that evangelicals are not known by the churches they belong to rather than these specialized groups? Not one church is listed in an article that supposedly speaks for evangelicals.

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1 Comments:

  1. Jeremy Pierce » 24 February 2004:

    Many churches believe that the mission of the church is not political. I happen to agree with them.

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