One Response to The Christian-Cultural Complex

  1. Catherine Thornberry says:

    I appreciate Mr. Mobley’s discussion describing how Christianity is separate from American culture. While I agree with most of his comments I do not understand his meaning when he places the term evangelical in quotation marks. Is he suggesting that some evangelicals are not truly Christians if they should choose to support Donald Trump? Additionally while he does not question the motives of early Christians who saved babies in distress he chooses to question the motives of current day Christians. One need only look to the Hobby Lobby case and the Little Sisters of the Poor and Geneva College case to recognize that many of today’s evangelicals are motivated by the same purpose as the early church: to honor the sanctity of life.