The turf of the culture war
- Monday, June 07, 1999
But what can be done?
There's no doubt that your best influence is exerted within the circles of your family and friends. Nothing beats the impact of godly one-on-one relationships.
But what about the rest of the nation?
With a growing demand for products that contribute to the destruction of families and continue to reinforce an already distorted value system, how do we stop the trend?
Arguments can be made to support a number of strategies in the cultural war, but nothing changes a nation like pure and simple economics. The fact that the core of our society is produced by the U.S. Treasury should come as a surprise to no one. No matter how much we might want to change that fact, it is evident that one of the best way to voice your cultural opinions is to literally put your money where your mouth is.
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