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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Rumours of God’s Death greatly exaggerated

Praying, Monsieurs Buchanan and Prager, is always better for the Christian soul than preaching

Rumours of God’s Death greatly 

exaggerated

People who posit that “God is dead” in online ramblings never stop trying to crawl under the skin of everyday Christians.
They bewail the times, the climes and the culture.
They seem to want us to believe that the only way up is down.
If God is Dead…’, the headline of Patrick J. Buchanan’s latest column, is a theory that no true Christian should ever pursue, not for himself, not for those who sincerely ascribe to the Christian faith.
And not even when Dennis Prager makes an “acute observation”, Mr. Buchanan.
God is alive and was even before he so gloriously rose from the dead.  He’s as alive today as He was back then and remains near even when cultures like the Western one fall into apparent decline.
Citing Prager, Buchanan writes “The vast majority of leading conservative writers … have a secular outlook on life. … They are unaware of the disaster that godlessness in the West has led to.”
“These secular conservatives may think that “America can survive the death of God and religion,” writes Prager, but they are wrong.”

The truth is that God and religion are not dead, they are once again under attack.
If “the vast majority of leading conservative writers…have a secular outlook on life” and are “unaware of the disaster that godlessness in the West has led to”, what about the vast majority of lib-left writers? An important question because conservative writers are vastly outnumbered by lib-left ones and have been since the 1960s.
“And, indeed, the last half-century seems to bear him out.
A people’s religion, their faith, creates their culture, and their culture creates their civilization. And when faith dies, the culture dies, the civilization dies, and the people begin to die,” Buchanan writes.
“Is this not the recent history of the West?
“Today, no great Western nation has a birthrate that will prevent the extinction of its native-born. By century’s end, other peoples and other cultures will have largely repopulated the Old Continent.
“European Man seems destined to end like the 10 lost tribes of Israel — overrun, assimilated and disappeared.
And while the European peoples — Russians, Germans, Brits, Balts — shrink in number, the U.N. estimates that the population of Africa will double in 34 years to well over 2 billion people.
What happened to the West?”
 U.N bean counters can count the rise and fall of populations, the excessive dollars sitting in their bank accounts and whatever new tax is falling due, but but they cannot count the millions of Christians who look only to salvation and not a place in the sun.
Uncounted millions of Christians, who do not fall into any countable category, do not raise their heads from daily prayer. 
But even in a declining culture, like God, they are still here.
In turbulent times Christians are too busy praying to read the doom and gloom spread by Christian writers.
Buchanan:“How small, of all that human hearts endure, That part which laws or kings can cause or cure,” wrote Samuel Johnson.
“Secular conservatives may have remedies for some of America’s maladies. But, as Johnson observed, no secular politics can cure the sickness of the soul of the West — a lost faith that appears irretrievable.
We may be losing our way in the West, but a lost faith is NEVER “irretrievable”.
And praying, Monsieurs Buchanan and Prager is always better for the Christian soul than preaching.

Praying, Monsieurs Buchanan and Prager, is always better for the Christian soul than preaching

Rumours of God’s Death greatly 

exaggerated

People who posit that “God is dead” in online ramblings never stop trying to crawl under the skin of everyday Christians.
They bewail the times, the climes and the culture.
They seem to want us to believe that the only way up is down.
If God is Dead…’, the headline of Patrick J. Buchanan’s latest column, is a theory that no true Christian should ever pursue, not for himself, not for those who sincerely ascribe to the Christian faith.
And not even when Dennis Prager makes an “acute observation”, Mr. Buchanan.
God is alive and was even before he so gloriously rose from the dead.  He’s as alive today as He was back then and remains near even when cultures like the Western one fall into apparent decline.
Citing Prager, Buchanan writes “The vast majority of leading conservative writers … have a secular outlook on life. … They are unaware of the disaster that godlessness in the West has led to.”
“These secular conservatives may think that “America can survive the death of God and religion,” writes Prager, but they are wrong.”

The truth is that God and religion are not dead, they are once again under attack.
If “the vast majority of leading conservative writers…have a secular outlook on life” and are “unaware of the disaster that godlessness in the West has led to”, what about the vast majority of lib-left writers? An important question because conservative writers are vastly outnumbered by lib-left ones and have been since the 1960s.
“And, indeed, the last half-century seems to bear him out.
A people’s religion, their faith, creates their culture, and their culture creates their civilization. And when faith dies, the culture dies, the civilization dies, and the people begin to die,” Buchanan writes.
“Is this not the recent history of the West?
“Today, no great Western nation has a birthrate that will prevent the extinction of its native-born. By century’s end, other peoples and other cultures will have largely repopulated the Old Continent.
“European Man seems destined to end like the 10 lost tribes of Israel — overrun, assimilated and disappeared.
And while the European peoples — Russians, Germans, Brits, Balts — shrink in number, the U.N. estimates that the population of Africa will double in 34 years to well over 2 billion people.
What happened to the West?”
 U.N bean counters can count the rise and fall of populations, the excessive dollars sitting in their bank accounts and whatever new tax is falling due, but but they cannot count the millions of Christians who look only to salvation and not a place in the sun.
Uncounted millions of Christians, who do not fall into any countable category, do not raise their heads from daily prayer. 
But even in a declining culture, like God, they are still here.
In turbulent times Christians are too busy praying to read the doom and gloom spread by Christian writers.
Buchanan:“How small, of all that human hearts endure, That part which laws or kings can cause or cure,” wrote Samuel Johnson.
“Secular conservatives may have remedies for some of America’s maladies. But, as Johnson observed, no secular politics can cure the sickness of the soul of the West — a lost faith that appears irretrievable.
We may be losing our way in the West, but a lost faith is NEVER “irretrievable”.
And praying, Monsieurs Buchanan and Prager is always better for the Christian soul than preaching.


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