Skip to comments.Tea Party Culture War, a clash of worldviews
Posted on 03/25/2012 10:57:36 AM PDT by geraldmcg
According to the latest census, the average American household-income decreased, while the official poverty rate increased to 15.1%.
That means there are now over 46 million Americans living in poverty.
Writing in his book "Tea Party Culture War, A clash of Worldviews" author Stephen Johnston declares America is at a financial crossroads. Economist Stephen Johnston writes about what's at stake in this election, culturally, economically, politically and spiritually. Johnston writes that America's direction will ultimately be determined by our next elected officials. He believes this year's election cycle will decide whether our nation becomes a godless socialist country or an economic sound one, based on the traditional values found in the Bible. He writes about what has happened to the family, the breakdown of morality and the bias of the education system.
Stephen Johnston writes in Tea Party Culture War, a clash of Worldviews, about comparing school textbooks of the 1800s to what children are now being taught. Back then they were being taught about Adam and Eve as they also learned to spell. A was for Adam, C was for Christ as they also learned about values. But today, kids are being taught humans come from animals, there is no right or wrong. You're going to have sex so here are some condoms so you can have safe sex. Stephen Johnston writes that we as Christians and as citizens will be held accountable for what is being taught to our children today.
The 2012 elections will be part of a "Culture War," or clash of worldviews. On one side, you have people who believe in living by a set of divinely inspired moral absolutes. On the other side, you have people who insist morality is as simply a personal decision and one culture or opinion is just as good as another.
Johnston writes if people would only understand what George Washington said, that it was impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible, but now George Washington would not be elect able, because he'd be considered a radical right wing religious nut.
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I agree somewhat, but I have no faith that a President Romney would stem the leftward drift, especially on social issues. It is about to the point of rebellion.
“It is about to the point of rebellion.”
The Clown President is the rebel.
The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.
- Thomas Jefferson
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