I’ve recently stumbled across the fantastic blog of Craig Carter, a professor at Tyndale University & Seminary in Toronto, and author of Rethinking Christ and Culture: A Post-Christendom Perspective. Take a moment to add it to your RSS reader of choice, and then go ahead and read his thorough critique of Jim Wallis’ hatchet job on the Tea Party movement.

  • Roger McKinney

    Carter’s gutting of Wallis is entertaining, but keep in mind that regressives don’t care one whit about reason and honesty. They are all about emotion. Against all evidence and common sense, they have decided that God has provided enough wealth for everyone to be rich if the rich would just share. In other words, no one produces wealth with work and skill; God simply provides it, like manna. Wallis calls it the “Gospel of Abundance.” Regressives hate the science of economics because it teaches the “false gospel of scarcity.”