Foreign Affairs Magazine Article: Religion & U.S. Foreign Policy
"This [apocalyptic vision of Evangelicals] is not particularly hospitable to the idea of gradual progress toward a secular utopia driven by technological advances and the cooperation of intelligent people of all religious traditions."
Read the article about Evangelicals from the perspective of the Council on Foreign Relations' magazine
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"Summary: Religion has always been a major force in U.S. politics, but the recent surge in the number and the power of evangelicals is recasting the country's political scene -- with dramatic implications for foreign policy. This should not be cause for panic: evangelicals are passionately devoted to justice and improving the world, and eager to reach out across sectarian lines."
"Walter Russell Mead is Henry A. Kissinger Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations. Further reading for this article can be found at www.foreignaffairs.org/mead_reading."
This article is a very important glimpse into how the elite are viewing current trends in the Evangelical subculture and how these trends can be used to help build the new order.
But what does the Bible say?
9/13/06 updated 9/17/06