We have the post-moderns and the post-Christians; now we have the post-Protestants. Referring mainly to post-mainline Protestants, these are the children of those liberal denominations who have preserved their parents’ self-righteousness, individualism, millennialism, and sense of being chosen–except without Jesus and any kind of Biblical faith.
Catholic author Joseph Bottum explores this new WASP establishment in a new book, An Anxious Age: The Post-Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of America. After the jump, a link and an excerpt to a review of the book by Matt McCollough. [Read more...]