In 1969 police raided the Stonewall Inn, a known gathering place for homosexuals in Greenwich Village. Rather than submitting to police the gays rioted. This resistance marked the beginning of the gay rights movement that has turned our world upside down.
How was this originally tiny handful of gays able to garner so much influence in just a few short decades while myriad millions of Christians have not? The difference, they—unlike us—assumed personal responsibility for the world around them.
If Christians assume personal responsibility for the direction of our nation we will transform the culture. If we instead abdicate this responsibility we will be relegated to the dustbin of irrelevance.