Three ideas American Evangelicals need to consider:
1. God has not obligated Himself to the United States in Scripture. While there are principles that do apply to every nation, we must recognize that we cannot substitute our country into the promises for Israel in the Bible.
2. The New Testament Church did not view their primary mission to be to lead the charge to bring a resurgence in morality throughout the Roman Empire and the world. They recognized their primary mission was to "make disciples of all nations."
3. Doing God's work means more than just voting "right."
What are the implications for the the American church if these three statements are correct?