Interesting perspective on the critical importance of religion to democracy by Harvard professor, Clayton Christensen. Democracy works because people, most of the time, follow the rules. A majority of Americans, in the past, attended church. They learned that they were accountable to God as well as to society. As churches disappear at an alarming rate and religions lose their influence, what institutions will still teach Americans about democracy and to Whom they are accountable?
Watch the video and engage with CACE readers in a conversation about the need for Christian schools.
Video link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/YjntXYDPw44