I read the following article at Front Porch Republic and it resonated with me:
What the article lacks, though it mentions G.K. Chesterton extensively, is a keen understanding how these ideas mesh with biblical Christianity.
I’ve written before how the 19th-century Church failed to understand the consequences of industrialism, social Darwinism, and postmillennial eschatology. Recovering what the Church gave away may be the only hope we have in keeping America from sliding into yet more high-handed governance.
But how does the Church accomplish such a task while staying on the Gospel point? And given the unrest in our nation, are we more open to the ideas in the article or even less so?
The comments are open. What do you think?