'Goldilocks' faith

'Goldilocks' faith serves lukewarm mush


For several generations, most Americans have embraced what could be described as the Goldilocks attitude toward religion: affirming faith choices that seemed not too soft but not too hard, not too hot but not too cool. Majorities viewed easy-going moderation and comforting compromise as the religious path that counted as "just right."

Comment: Thoughtful editorial from Michael Medved. He raises the question: "Do we want to hear truth from God ... or tell Him our truth" (my words not his)

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