If the West discards its Christian heritage, little will remain to protect innocent human life
by Max Polak Mar 8 2017 published in the mercatornet.com
We are frequently reminded that ours is a post-Christian era. There is some basis for this — but only in the depopulating West. In China, India and Africa, Christianity is on the rise.
But what about those places where it isn’t? Is it irrelevant? Hardly. People who criticise Christianity don’t complain because Christians are attacking them with car bombs. They should remember that the core principles of Western society are Christian. Continue reading