Suppose you’re doing an interview and the host asked you these questions:
- Would you be horrified if your wife told you she wanted to begin a career as a teacher?
- Do you expect sex from your wife whenever you want it?
- What do you think about women who wear clothing that makes them feel attractive?
Think of how you’d answer those questions… and then listen to Pastor Steven Anderson respond in all the opposite ways during this interview with an Irish radio show host:
In September of 2012, Jeff Scott, an assistant coach for Clemson University’s football team, tweeted a picture of a player getting baptized, surrounded by his teammates:
Considering this tweet came from a coach’s Twitter account, showed players in their uniforms, and seemed to take place on a school-owned practice field, you could make a strong case for how it was inappropriate.
Now, there’s evidence — lots of it — that this wasn’t just some one-off event. In fact, Clemson football is virtually intertwined with the promotion of Christianity and the Freedom From Religion Foundation has the details to prove it.
New Survey Says Only Half of Millennials Look to Religion for Guidance While More Than a Third Don’t Talk to God
According to a new survey from the Integrated Innovation Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, nearly half of Millennials say they don’t look to religion for guidance and more than a third say that they don’t talk to God:
Unbelievably numbers — and more evidence that younger people are losing their faith: