Thursday, August 3, 2017
Let’s go back to the 1950's for a moment.
Why is it that in a society that was 98% Christian that Christian singers and pop bands, singing Christian songs, did not dominate the radio and pop charts?
Where were the pop stars shouting, “Christ is risen!” on the Ed Sullivan show?
Were there none out there? In a country of 180 million people -98% of whom were Christian?
Of course they were out there. Thousands of them. Tens of thousands of them.
So why don’t we know their names? Why don’t we know their songs? Why weren’t they on TV and radio and all over magazine covers?
Again, 98% of the society was devout Christians with a traditional morality and lifestyle.
Is it not, at the very least, odd that a society so immersed in Christianity should find itself being bludgeoned into submission and death by ubiquitous and blatant anti-Christian pop culture?
Makes you wonder who that 2% was, doesn't it?