Friday, June 27, 2014

“For a leader in the religious right, the last three decades weren’t so bad. Today however, they are approaching their twilight years. During a time when many would think of retirement and the opportunity to sit back and admire their accomplishments, these religious leaders are left to simply look over their shoulders at a building that is crumbling and beginning to catch fire. This is precisely what has them so angry: they’ve lost most of the power and control they once had, and what’s left, is quickly slipping through their fingers.”

--Benjamin L. Corey, 3 Key Reasons Why Religious Leaders Are So Angry


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