AUTHOR: Jeffrey D. Sanders
“. . . For, between the Christianity of this land and the Christianity of Christ, I recognize the widest possible difference . . .”
As true now as they were when they were conceived by Douglass, these words are the launching pad for a deeply convicting and incisive look at our American culture, and the distance by which we, as a society, have strayed from the intent, the design, and the faith of our forefathers.
Can we return to those roots?
Do we even want to?
IN WHOM DO WE TRUST?