One night a few years ago, in a deluxe New York City steakhouse, I listened to two of America’s leading conservative voices discuss their views on the “Most Dangerous Man in America.”
Each felt it was a politician. They disagreed on the identity of that politician.
Now, as I mull this over—for some reason—I think I’ll throw my hat into the ring. The Most Dangerous Man in America is…
The New Evangelical Leader.
He/She is a composite of the various change agents flying over the culture like a horde of locusts.
The Most Dangerous Man advocates inviting Marxist speakers to leadership conferences.
The Most Dangerous Man employs extremely clever, clintonian clauses, to advance the march of same-sex advocates.
The Most Dangerous Man embraces (nay, bear hugs!) the Palestinian narrative, crafted decades ago in the ashes of battlefield defeats at the hands of the Israelis.
The Most Dangerous Man subtly offers up another gospel, short on truth and long on social justice/”change the world” rhetoric.
The Most Dangerous Man shills politically—within the context of Christian “leadership”—for a man who is racking-up astonishing achievements in his drive to change America permanently.
The Most Dangerous Man markets his worldview in slickly packaged books and DVDs, and exports them to churches across the country.
There are other characteristics, but I’m too exhausted now to list them. Perhaps another time.
Definitely another time.