Sunday, June 27, 2010

Christian America - The Vital Question

For more than two centuries, the campaign to justify national actions under the broad banner of "Christian" has proceeded with a full head of political steam. With the Obama administration now wallowing in its own quagmire of indecision while slowly overturning the will of the people via legislation and executive fiat, taking back America has never looked so appealing to many. The return to American Christian roots to thoroughly examine the lives of the Founders has never been more popular.

The conclusion of Conservatives from these historical forays is nearly always that the Founders' original intent was that The United States be a Christian Nation.

For the sake of conversation, let's grant that conclusion.

My next question would be "What determines if a person is a Christian?" In other words, what criteria is used to determine if a person is to be considered a Christian? What is the standard?

Just wondering.
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