The far right screams that there is a war on Christianity whenever someone disapproves of their behavior. I suggest that there really is a war on Christianity but it does not come from outside agencies so much as within the ranks of those who call themselves Christians. Read below for more.
There truly is a war on Christianity. The far right fundamentalist groups are the ones waging it. They are giving Christianity a bad name by their biggoted, self-serving and lazy behavior. They constantly mis-interpret the Bible for their own ends. They pick and choose out of context which passages will serve them best. They are unloving, pharasaic and hypocritical. They spend time protecting their pocketbooks by causing harm to everyone else by the programs they push through. They are showing the ugliest face of America all around the world. Is it any wonder that more and more anti-christian sentiment has shown up?
They form huge tax free corporations to support their own narrow minded beliefs so they can shove them down everyone else's throats rather than spending the money on those who need help. Then in order to justify themselves for their non-christian behavior, they blame those they should be helping for all the sins they themselves are guilty of. This is called projecting. Let's put all our sins on the heads of goats and send them out to the desert rather than realizing we are the guilty and taking responsibility for our own actions. Instead of worshiping God, they worship the almighty dollar and the power it gives them.
People like the Green's, groups like Focus on the Family speak their belief with their mouths in a most unloving way but their actions reveal the rottenness in their souls.
If these faux, baby Christians that are still on mother's milk because they are not mature enough for the meat of Christianity, continue what they are doing they will do the opposite of what Jesus would do. They spend their time trying to control everyone else in order to get their own way. They are alienating people rather than inviting them into the love of Jesus Christ.
The overt selfishness and hatefulness of these groups are as anti-christian as you can get and look like the Spanish Inquisition and other extreme behavior by "Christians" in the past. If Christianity is destroyed, it will be because these noisy, obnoxious people will do it from within.