The title seems melodramatic, but realistically, it’s true. Evangelicalism, as both a movement and as a word interchangeable with Christianity, is dead. There are still Christians in America, and even some within Evangelicalism, but by and large, the idea of a Christian America where everyone at least had some knowledge of the Scriptures is over.
Folks, if you’re Southern Baptist, it may be time to reconsider tithing. Now that I have your attention, let me explain what I mean.
question “Where did Cain get his wife?” has been hurled at creationists for ages but has kind of been fading recently. I’d like to think that it’s fading because we have answered it enough times that the answer has begun to sink into the collective skull of the culture. The realist in me, however, realizes that the culture is Biblically illiterate and many of those who mock Christianity don’t even know who Cain is anymore. Never-the-less, for Christians unsure of origins, and the ever-present scoffers, this article will explain the riddle of Cain’s wife.
Imagine, for a moment, that a group of Christian’s wrote a letter to Nature suggesting that we needed to follow Christian principles and stop using evolutionary dogma to try to defeat cancer. Would such a letter be published? Of course not!