May 12, 2015
Jeb Bush did something that only a few years ago may have seemed boring and unnecessary. But in the spring of 2015, it sounded downright bold. At a commencement address at Liberty University in Virginia on Saturday, he defended Christianity as good.
More than three out of every four Americans claims Christianity as his or her religion. Unlike Christians in many other countries, Christians in the United States aren’t being told to convert or die. Their biggest obstacle to attending church on Sundays tends to be brunch and more sleep. Does the faith really need to be defended?
In a world where Christians are routinely dismissed by a hostile media as bigoted, hateful and stupid, and where regular atrocities committed by Islamist extremists can’t be condemned without sophomoric references to medieval actions of Christians and high horses, it doesn’t hurt...
Read the full article at The Federalist: Jeb Bush Defends Christianity And Religious Freedom. Good For Him.