Like a muddied spring or a polluted well is a righteous man who gives way to the wicked.”  Proverbs 25:26 (NIV)

And Paul praised those Christians who showed “readiness to see justice done.”  2 Corinthians 7:11 (NIV)

Hate evil, love good; maintain justice in the courts.” Amos 5:15A (NIV)

We [evangelicals] are not only immoral, we are stupid.  I’m not sure which is worse.   Dr. Francis Schaeffer in an audio recording – A Christian Manifesto from Truth that Transforms radio program. Formerly Coral Ridge Ministries now known as Truth in Action Ministries.

The Christians of this nation are abundantly supplied with many resources, spiritual and material, and yet we are making a pitiful showing in our influence and impact on society.
Reverend Charles F. Stanley in Confronting Casual Christianity

If you see something wrong and you don’t do anything about it, according to Scripture, that is actually sin.  Dr. Jeff Myers – Summit Ministries President in The Political Animal. (A 6-part video course.)

Postmodernism began in the academic community, oozed into leadership, then morphed into Congress, public schools, and our homes.  Sadly, the slumbering evangelical church has also now slid into the murky waters of a post-Christian swamp.  Reverend Charles R. Swindoll in The Church Awakening – An Urgent Call For Renewal

The average church member today is unprepared and ill-equipped to face the attacks that are coming at us full-force.
Ravi Zacharias – International Apologist and Evangelist,
Article: “Defending Christianity in a Secular Culture,”

We have inadvertently been accomplices in the destruction of our children, our culture, and our faith.
Bruce N. Shortt, author of The Harsh Truth About Public Schools

Whose fault is it?… [It] is the fault of those who still believe in these [Christian] values and roots [and] for not letting out a howl of protest against those who would forbid us to reconsider the thoughts and beliefs that made us great.
Cal Thomas, a prize-winning writer, past NBC journalist, and

syndicated columnist

With each new evidence of deterioration, we lament for a moment, and then become accustomed to it.
Robert H. Bork in Slouching Towards Gomorrah