B. Nathaniel Su... posted a comment · Mar 17, 2017
Just as we must never assume an individual is beyond God's saving reach, so also we must never assume a culture is beyond His saving reach. Being "wise as serpents but as innocent as doves" (Matt. 10:16), demands that we understand the realities before us—including the fact that God can do what seems impossible. Thank you, Dr. Brown, for understanding the realities on both sides of the continuum.
Rev. Randy K. posted a comment · Mar 17, 2017
Christians have been debating this subject for years now. Is America ripe for revival or for judgment? There are compelling arguments on both sides. As always, time will tell. And until then I expect Christians will keep debating this subject. Personally, I have believed for more than 35 years now that a real Awakening that sweeps America will not happen until judgment happens--or until some catastrophic event occurs--such as the complete collapse of the America economy that supersedes the Great Depression. 9/11 is a very good example of that. After 9/11 churches began filling up. Americans saw their need for God in their lives and to get right with God. However, less than 6 months after 9/11 church attendance in America was less than it was BEFORE 9/11. After things got back to "normal," Americans no longer saw their need for God in their lives.