Here is an article that was of interest to me, having studied intensely liberalism of old. Here are some quotes from the review of the article: I found this paragraph interesting. Liberals often say conservatism leads to declining church growth (which I have not seen any true proof). This phrase shows that even in liberal northwest, it seems not to be true but the opposite is true, liberalism leads to decline (in general). Again, another quote: I think this is a fair assessment. Evangelicals notes the need for Christ and liberals often focus on moralism. I thought this was rather fascinating. I think in general, this is accurate (though, I know conservative churches where the churches are not concerned with youth ministry but focus on family ministry. I think it is interesting that he shows that liberal churches, in general, seemed to be more judgmental. I have seen this in my own experience. I think the more conservative the more likely there is a stronger community. This is a great paragraph. The above paragraph is very fascinating. I agree, I have pity on them because they do not understand the greatness of God... they are lost in moralism. Usually the focus is on the culture at large. As well, I do believe as a conservative the liberals think I am the enemy. I agree, in the clash, liberalism is dying in the Christian culture because it gives the promise of cotton candy... something that looks good at first but dies out soon. You may not agree with my viewpoints, but this article voiced something that is important to explore.