The Need for Unified Evangelical Expertise

The book After the Ball: How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of Gays in the 90’s contains the blueprint for the takeover of America by those advancing the LGBT agenda. History reveals that the plan was wildly successful. Its authors, Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen, were experts in fields needed to produce that success. Kirk is a researcher in neuropsychiatry and Madsen earned a doctorate in politics from Harvard and worked in advertising on Madison Avenue.

As an aside, this book is very difficult to get. It sells on Amazon for $75. Google “After the Ball,” and you will wade through many pages of sites on a movie by that name (though unrelated but which includes a homosexual dimension to the plot), and never encounter any mention of the book. One senses that those driving the gay agenda now want to hide the successful blueprint from the public.

Jesus said, “For the sons of this world are shrewder in dealing with their own generation than the sons of light.” (Luke 16:8) Jesus is not saying that the sons of this world possess more shrewdness than the children of light, but rather that they are more inclined to employ this capacity.

If evangelicals would unite in an organization that would speak and act for them on cultural and political issues as suggested in my previous several posts, this unified entity would be positioned to find and employ the best evangelical minds for the purpose of advancing its agenda. Our failure to take such an approach is resulting in our loss of the culture war. We will only be able to restore Christian culture to America if we take the initiative to function as shrewdly as the “sons of this world.”

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