Glass Houses

Two steps forward, one step back . . .: “More concerning, he writes, is the religious right’s lack of concern for social issues such as poverty and racial justice, on top of ‘the appeals of the movement’s leaders to affluent self-interest over biblical imperatives. How did tax cuts for the rich become a religious imperative? Those blatant hypocrisies of the religious Right are becoming more and more evident, especially to a new generation of evangelical Christians.’ This new generation of evangelicals will be in good company with the gay community, who long ago caught on to the right’s penchant for Continue Reading →