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5 Possible Reasons Young Americans Are Leaving Church and Christianity Behind

<b>2)</b> <b>Politics at the pulpit</b> isn’t really a foreign concept in America. Considering that biblical texts often lead believers to embrace more conservative viewpoints, it’s not uncommon for pastors and congregations to hold controversial views on a variety of controversial issues — opinions that some …

Ann Widdecombe: mockery of Christianity 'has gone too far'

In conversation with Cole Moreton, Ann Widdecombe argues that whilst Christians can take jokes, the mocking of her faith "has gone too far".<p>The former Tory shadow home secretary has made a documentary for the BBC which was broadcast on Wednesday, in this Holy Week, in which she asked whether modern …

‘Complete Anarchy’: Famed Pastor Issues Major Wake-Up Call for Christians About the Dire State of American Culture

<i>TheBlaze’s Carly Hoilman contributed to this report.</i><p>Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, Wa., is on a mission to wake Christians up from the illusion that faith is alive and well in America.<p>The centerpiece of Driscoll’s new book titled, “A Call to Resurgence: Will Christianity Have …

‘Jesus Is Not Going Away’: Blaze Readers React to Famed Pastor’s Major Wake-Up Call for Christians About the Dire State of American Culture

TheBlaze posted a story earlier this week focusing on outspoken Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, Wa., who gave a wake-up call to Christians regarding the state of American culture.<p>Mark Driscoll (Image source: Twitter)<p>In his new book, ”A Call to Resurgence: Will Christianity Have …

From the archive: CS Lewis, revered children's author and Christian apologist

CS Lewis, one of the most popular children's authors of the 20th century, died at the age of 64 on 22 November 1963 (the same day that JFK was shot and fellow author Aldous Huxley died).<br>Early reviews for the Narnia series for which he is best known were small and sparse. Each new installment would …