Saturday, March 13, 2010

The State of the Nation

by Ken Ham

"One of President Barack Obama’s mantras—one that he has stated many times publicly—is: “Whatever we once were, we are no longer just a Christian nation; we are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, a Buddhist nation, a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers.”1

In particular, note the phrase, “Whatever we once were.” This is in recognition of and support for the fact that America today is quite different than the America of yesterday. The rest of his quote states that America was once Christian as a nation, but no longer today. What has happened?

Certainly, this great nation has massive economic and other problems. But the greatest problem in the country—one that underlies America’s present difficulties—is a spiritual one. Sadly, even the church, by and large, does not recognize this change, much less knows what to do to restore the biblical foundations in this country."

To read this article in its entirety go here.


Sandra said...

We've almost lost our way as a nation that if we don't hurry, we'll never find the path again. As to BO's comment...words defy me as I struggle to express my contempt for the man...not the office, the man.
If he doesn't like living in a Christian nation, he's quite free to move back home to Indonesia.

Anonymous said...

I agree, Sandra. We are on the path to total destruction. Christians MUST pray for a revival to begin in their own homes and spread to their neighborhoods, to their towns, and states. God is the ONLY answer to our problem. No politician can do anything to solve the problem.