(This post originally appeared in CNSNews.com)
By Dr. Richard Land
If it wasn’t already clear during the November election and in the months since the inauguration, conservatives and liberals have some “irreconcilable differences” when it comes to their outlook on the world, especially when it comes to who God is, the inerrancy of the Bible, the definition of success and the meaning of life.
A new study from the American Culture & Faith Institute confirms these differences with a worldview survey released just last week.
As an example, I’d point to the findings of social science researcher George Barna, who several years ago, discovered that just half of Protestant ministers in the United States had a Christian worldview. Those with the highest percentage were Southern Baptists at 70 percent, and the lowest were Methodists at 20 percent. Continue reading…