By John Pierce
Amazingly, many churches and Christian schools (like Tattnall Square Academy in Macon, Ga., shown in this photo) fly an American flag over a Christian flag. Doing so suggests a higher allegiance to national interests than to Christian commitments.
Or it reveals a confusion of the two. That is called “civil religion” — something much too serious and dangerous to misunderstand.
Whether one claims to be a “Christian American” or “American Christian” says something about ultimate priorities.
Order is important. Even when facing good choices, there is only room for one ultimate commitment.
It’s odd when places — especially ones that often proclaim that “Jesus is Lord” — suggest another priority on their flagpoles.
Executive editor / publisher at Good Faith Media.