By George Yancey
I bow to nobody as a protector of religious freedom and a critic of Christianophobia in our society. First, I do not like to hear American Christians talk about being “persecuted.” A quick look at what is happening in the Middle East shows what happens when persecution really occurs. Second, my research indicates that people who hate Christians are willing to allow religious activities in churches and homes, so I have told Christians to stop arguing that people with Christianophobia are going to interfere with their churches.
I still maintain the first caveat; however, the case of Eric Walsh is making me reconsider the second.