Do secularist really want to see Christianity removed from society entirely? Many people think so. (Secularism is to assert the right to be free from religious rule and teachings.) Perhaps they merely want Christianity changed to something more palatable to their taste. That seems more realistic. Even most atheist and agnostics, (secularists), know that if Christianity was suddenly gone, the effect would be profound. How so?
An example, when catastrophes occur, Christian groups like, Matthew 25 ministries, Operation Blessing of CBN, the Samaritan's Purse, and scores of church groups rally to help victims long before government help arrives. Even people opposed to Christ will gladly receive the help, the prayers and well-wishes too.
Catholic and Protestants alike are responsible for inner-city help, feeding hungry and sheltering homeless. The volunteers needed, and the donations to keep them afloat, come from their members, for the most part. That is fine with secularists. It saves the government money, and non-religious donations can flow to other "charities" like the United Way, that handles "population control" with the greater portion of their donations. (you may chuckle here)
I don't believe they really want Christianity removed to the history books. Some do, it is obvious. Richard Dawkins, author of the "God Delusion," has been leading a campaign in Great Britain, Europe, and now the US, to de-baptize those who no longer believe as Christians. He wants all religions put away. Pray for him, he's in a very dark place.
These who want Christianity wiped out aren't history buffs at all. Christianity, when its followers have been under persecution, has always grown exponentially. It is when all is well in the world, and no one opposes believers, watch out! They become complacent, and tend to blend in with society and non-religious lifestyles.
I say, keep up the good work. Keep attacking religious freedom and proving how intolerant "intelligent" can truly be. Insisting that religious pictures, or ten commandments be removed from public places, claiming it is offensive will back-fire eventually. Those ten commandments are frightening. "Children may see them, and adhere to them, then what?", one lawyer seeking their removal said.
I know that Christians today are hardly identifiable. Fewer stand for their beliefs. Mainly because they do not understand their own belief and its implications. This is not something you can blame on the secularists, the post-modernists, or amoral people. But if they persecute some more, in fact, if they heat up the opposition to Christ. We will all begin to see a revival of true discipleship grace this land.
We who follow Jesus, should not display our disdain for those opposing Him. Leave that to the radio talk-shows. If Christians do their part, and learn what Jesus is about, you can bet secularists will do theirs, we can truly say to all, "Thanks to You, It's Working."
Do you think they will succeed in changing Christianity to their liking?
Thanks for reading, God bless and keep you all.