People behind the
War is a clash
of ideas about what one believes to be true, and
others with different view points. Your experiences, family,
friends, education, and the media help to form your belief system, or World
VIEW determines where you stand in Culture War.
Everyone has a world view:
educated or uneducated, religious or non-religious, rich or poor,
liberal or conservative. Your basic beliefs form your world
view placing you on one side of the Culture
War. These basic beliefs come from the following
Who am I? Where did I come from? What happens when
I die? Is there a God? Where did the universe come from?
What is truth? What are good and evil? What is my
purpose? How you answer these basic questions forms
a viewpoint or your reality from which you evaluate and make sense
out of all data of life and the world.
For the past 150 years
new ideas and
discoveries in science have challenged the traditional Christian World
View, that God created the Earth, Sun, Moon, the stars and all life on
Earth. Dr. D. James Kennedy has said, "The Cultural
War is a difference in the World Viewpoints between
believers and non-believers of Christ."
The Cultural War has
been formed and defined by a number
of discovers and new theories that
were developed in the 19th and 20th centuries, that have molded
the present day mind set of American Society. New
discoveries in the past ten years are casting some doubt
on theories of the past two centuries. While
some are eager to latch onto the new ideas, many others are still
holding onto the old ideas and values of the past. A recent
national poll that asked, "Do you believe there is a God?"
Eighty five percent of Americans that answered the question,
said "Yes" they do believe in a supreme being, which becomes a central
world view defining the Culture War in America.
War web site explores
the various ideas that have been developed, which challenge the
Traditional Values, that most Americans believe in. We will
look back and trace the origins of this
division, and how it started. In the 2004
election many voters expressed their reason for voting was based on
"Values". Values of what is right and wrong, good and evil
are central to the Culture War debate. We will seek to define
and understand these
which are different between the Christian and secular atheists
viewpoints. There seems to be
so much anger and bitterness in the secular part of our society and a
deep concern in the Christian sector for the future of our
country. We will
attempt explore the viewpoints from both sides. The Culture
War will shape the moral values of American Society for decades to
The Culture War
is one of the most important debates in our society today.
In politics it has become the Red
States versus the Blue
Theory of Evolution versus Biblical
BIG BANG: versus
God's Creation as
told in Genesis.
of the Universe: the Genesis Story versus
Physics affect on Social Morals.
Rights and Abortion
Philosophy versus Biblical Teachings.
Rights Movement: Moral Values of Gays
versus Christian Moral Values.
Judges and the ACLU: How the courts
are undermining our Democratic Republic form of government.
Sex and Violence in
the Media shape the American Moral Code.
Communism or Capitalism what is best for
verse Islam is Islam a threat to America?
Free to Pray web site explores the School Prayer issue,
the First Amendment,
and the Separation of
Church and State phrase.
The history of religion in schools and the effects that have
occurred since school prayer was removed over 40 years ago.
Voter Guide Republican and Democrat stand on the
issues for the Presidential race.
2004 presidential race, the Republican counties in Red, and the
Democratic counties in Blue. Most of rural America voted
Republican, while urban areas tended to vote Democratic.
Republicans tend to be more conservative with traditional
religious values then Democratic voters who lean toward more liberal
Debt and the Federal Reserve