Christopher Brittain wrote: ... it also implies that the challenges confronting both liberal and conservative churches in Europe and the United States may be more alike than is often assumed. Douthat's article opens up a crack of acknowledgement in this direction, when he notes that the most successful churches in the United States are "theologically shallow, preaching a gospel of health and wealth rather than the full New Testament message." Similarly, Stanley Hauerwas - no friend of liberal Christianity - has accused conservative American Protestants of being unable to distinguish between their faith in God and loyalty to their country. Intriguingly, his criticism of conservative evangelicals sounds remarkably similar to Douthat's accusation against liberal Christianity: "the churches to which they go do little to challenge the secular presumptions that form their lives."...
excerpt from, https://tinyurl.com/c9454aj (Plague on both their houses: The real story of growth and decline in liberal and conservative churches)
Unfortunately, some of the modern evangelicals have a greater loyalty to Trump than to the country as far as I can see.
ABC.net.au wrote: Queensland police are reviewing allegations against former governor-general Peter Hollingworth.
It is understood the case involves accusations Dr Hollingworth failed to act on sexual abuse allegations against teachers and priests in the 1990s when he was the Anglican archbishop of Brisbane....
--[URL=https://tinyurl.com/y72go5sp]]]https://tinyurl.com/y72go5sp (Allegations against former governor-general Peter Hollingworth under review)[/URL]
This site, [URL=http://www.bishop-accountability.org/AbuseTracker/]]]https://tinyurl.com/hs3yvm7 (Abuse Tracker)[/URL], does a very good job of covering a variety of religious groups it just that the Romish Church is so large and so prone to this type of behavior, the other groups' bad behavior gets swamped by what it's doing.