Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Founder Of Center for Moral Clarity Warns Christians To Get Involved In Culture War

Biblical worldview cited as critical to survival of Christian faith in America
The founder of the Center for Moral Clarity says Christians in America must be equipped to stand against secular humanist worldviews and choose to get involved in the culture war. Otherwise, says Rod Parsley, the United States could look like post-Christian Europe within a single generation.
I like the sound of Pastor Parsley's new book. It looks well suited to especially Evangelicals and since Rod Parsley identified himself as a disciple of Rev. Jerry Falwell, I suspect he holds a truly biblical view of child killing. He certainly believes in organizing Christians to vote on the basis of Christian truth and convictions. Sounds like a mini-Moral Majority.

His previous book "Silent No More," was said to be well written too. I intended to purchase's on my wish list, but oh, for more time.

Anyway, here's a little more on his new book:
In his new book "Culturally Incorrect; How Clashing Worldviews Affect Your Future," Pastor Rod Parsley says decades of liberalism and post-modern thinking have crippled America. It is vital, he says for Christians to have a biblical worldview.

"If we don't engage in this fight, [in one generation] we are going to ... look like post-Christian Europe," Parsley warns. He cites an example. "In Austria, scientists appealed to the government of Austria to give apes human rights, since [they believe] we are descendants of apes," he says.

If you have read this book, I'd like to hear your impressions.


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