needs conservatism to continue to grow and thrive as it has been. Why? Because increasingly the challenges to [[Christianity]] have been political in nature.
[[Liberal]] politics destroyed the thriving [[Christian]] churches in [[Massachusetts]]. In other parts of the world, politically driven [[Islam]] has overtaken [[Christianity]] and virtually abolished it.
[[Abortion]], which is mostly driven by politics, has devastated [[Christian]] families in many parts of the world, especially [[England]] and the northeastern [[United States]]. Same-sex marriage, which is also politically driven, has caused ripped apart the [[Anglican]] and other [[Christian]] churches. Addictions such as [[gambling]] and [[pornography]], which are also politically driven,
have have devastating effects on Christian churches and families .
The response is obvious: [[Christian]] churches need to become more openly [[conservative]] to combat these challenges and thrive.
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