Missouri is considering a resolution to make Christianity the recognized religion of the state. It's going to be unbecoming for anyone to dismiss concerns about theocracy, with efforts like this.
These legislators may imagine themselves as defenders of the faith, but why is there no outrage by these folks when we have the Bush administration spying on church meeting places? Nor do I see such folks working to bring an end to the practice torture by this government. Is this faithful to the Gospel?
One group of Christians who have raised such issues, the World Council of Churches, was recently condemned as having the spirit of the anti-christ on the Southern Baptist news site. Condemning the war and believing that God is at work in other religions were the things which brought offence but not much love from its opponents.