With the recent statements of David Cameron, Nikolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel, Leaders of Europe's 3 largest nations saying that multiculturalism is a failed experiment, and with the recent abandoning of democratic process in Indiana and Wisconsin (links everywhere) I'm wondering if there really is a way forward for America.
Chuck Colson, former advisor to Nixon, who came to faith in prison and started Prison Fellowship, a Christian ministry to reach and help rehabilitate prisoners said in a recent article that he believes multiculturalism is impossible to sustain without some unifying aim. One of America's Motto's is E pluribus unum- of many, one. My fear is that there are 2 clear directions we are headed as Americans. With two strong philosophical polls pulling us further and further apart we will be incapable of moving forward. Incapable of meaningful or lasting change. I fear that while we aren't decrying Islam as the incompatible culture like Europe is, it is we who have a much bigger problem on our hands, rather than minority subcultures, we have 2 equally large divided cultures in America, the rhetoric and actions seem like they will only escalate.
As always Ideas have Consequences. Let's pray we can start to see the ways we can work together.
I should also add that God's Kingdom will be multicultural. The people from every tribe tongue and nation will be in God's presence. And that while we will be many it will be possible because we do have that one thing unifying us, that one aim which is to give glory to our God and Savior. Amen.
Add this to my points. http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2052843,00.html?xid=rss-mostpopular