Saturday, August 17, 2013


(see UPDATE in preceding post)

Russell Moore seems to have conceded that the phrase "moral majority" no longer makes much sense and that voting for the GOP platform has nothing to do with Christianity:
He also questions the political approach of what was once called "the religious right." Though his boyish looks bring to mind the former Christian Coalition leader Ralph Reed, Mr. Moore is decidedly not a fan of the "values voter checklists" the group employs. "There is no Christian position on the line-item veto," Mr. Moore says. "There is no Christian position on the balanced-budget amendment."

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