In case you have not heard, "secular pagans" are rewriting American history and having "difficulty embracing the facts of history."
I am apparently one of these secular pagans.
In the latest example of the Christian Right's failure to fully grasp the complexity of the American founding, David Lane of the American Renewal Project has chosen to criticize me at the website of the Christian magazine Charisma.
I have written about Lane before. I am quoted in a recent Reuters piece about Lane and his attempt to get evangelical ministers to run for political office. I also wrote a blog post in the wake of that article. Yet Lane does not want to address those articles. Instead, he has chosen to focus on a recent interview I did with National Public Radio that appeared over Thanksgiving weekend.
Wednesday, December 30, 2015
Fea: "To Be Faithful to Jesus or Secular Paganism?"
From John Fea here. A taste: