‘Survey That Says Christianity is Failing Gets Failing Grade from Critics’

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Lent is just around the corner, and then Easter; and we can expect our fat-head nooze media to come out with their annual announcement that Christianity is just about finished in America.

Here’s how they tried it back in 2009.


This is a “survey” which Dr. Rodney Stark at Baylor University described succinctly as “Baloney!” The nooze media, though, elbowed each other for room on the bandwagon.

Also covered herein is the exercise in shabby liberalism known as the 2009 National Pastors Conference. “The truth is that almost everybody believes in God,” says Dr. Stark. But libs within the church are trying hard to steer that belief away from the true God of the Bible toward some kind of wifty-pifty idol they’ve invented.

There’s no doubt at all that the usual suspects will be up to their usual tricks again this Easter.

And this is our opportunity to speak up loud and clear, for all the world to hear: Jesus Christ is Lord of lords and King of kings, now and forever, and the one and only Savior. Get ready, take a deep breath… and let ‘er rip.

8 comments on “‘Survey That Says Christianity is Failing Gets Failing Grade from Critics’

  1. It sounds to me as if they drew a conclusion and interpreted their survey accordingly. I am, and always have been, a non-denominational Christian. I do not belong to any organized religious group; would they have counted my answer as evidence that Americans are abandoning their faith?

    There are many fine, devout Christians in the mainstream denominations, but some of those denominations have loosened their standards and this, no doubt, has caused its share of problems. Some people have become disillusioned by this. The survey results may we’ll have reflected this.

    1. Yes, that is exactly how they would have counted your answer. That’s one of the things that got Rod Stark (great interview) so cheesed off.

  2. Yes, it is true that some of the denominations have fallen far below what
    their beliefs were years ago, not thankfully, not all. As things grow darker, I pray that people in the pews will stop snoring and get up and return to
    their origins.

    1. Im certain your prayer will be answered Erline. When push come to shove, the true disciples of Christ will recognize the voice of their shepherd.

    2. I never went back to the church I was raised in, after the new assistant pastor told me adultery is “no big deal” and the thing we really have to watch out for is “bibliolatry”–the folly of taking the Bible seriously.

      We have the Scriptures, we have the internet, we have fellowship with other Christians, and we have prayer. What more could we need?

    3. As I see it, the matter comes down to placing trust. It’s easy to hear the words of a church leader and begin to follow them. I’ve made that mistake myself. The problem is, even a well-intentioned person can take a false step and it’s important that we follow Christ, not some human leader.

  3. I am convinced that this is true. If there is even a spark, HE can ignite the flame. I find the letters to the seven churches in chapters 2-3 Revelation so interesting.

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