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By Casey Chalk, Crisis Magazine, July 10, 2024

Casey Chalk is the author of The Obscurity of Scripture: Disputing Sola Scriptura and the Protestant Notion of Biblical Perspicuity (Emmaus Road Publishing), and The Persecuted: True Stories of Courageous Christians Living Their Faith in Muslim Lands (Sophia Institute Press). He has an M.A. in Theology from Christendom College and a Masters in Teaching from the University of Virginia.

Since everything in Protestantism reduces to the individual’s personal interpretation, even conservative Protestants end up advancing progressivism.

Casey ChalkConservative Protestant intellectuals are concerned about their future in the American regime. “Roman Catholics have rapidly ascended to the pinnacle of cultural, intellectual, and political leadership,” write Brad Littlejohn and Chris Castaldo in their recent book Why Do Protestants Convert? When Americans today think of conservative Protestantism, the authors bemoan, they think not of luminaries such as Carl Trueman or Joshua Mitchell but of heavily politicized (and often embarrassing) MAGA evangelicals. Thus, Littlejohn and Castaldo admit: “Any honest evaluation of conservative political and intellectual over the last twenty-five years would compel us to admit that Roman Catholics have been far more effective than Protestants.” ….

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