Survey Shows That Most Americans Do Not Think Christian Faiths Should Compromise Their Beliefs to Conform to Leftist Ideology


    Most Americans do not believe that Christians should have to compromise their traditional beliefs to better adhere to leftist woke ideology, a recent Summit Ministries/McLaughlin and Associates survey found.

    Among those who voiced opinions, a substantial majority of 68 percent agreed that traditional Christian faiths should not be forced to “compromise their traditions and beliefs to align with liberal ideology around topics like marriage, transgenderism, and critical race theory.”

    However, almost one-third of respondents, or 32 percent, said they should.

    The majority of Republicans (75 percent) and independents (61 percent) stated that those who adhere to the Christian religion shouldn't be pressured to alter their beliefs in order to be more left-leaning. But Democrats remained divided, with 41 percent of them saying they should, and 41 percent saying they shouldn't.

    However, among Biden 2020 voters specifically, 42 percent thought Christians ought to compromise their beliefs in order to align with leftist ideology, in contrast with 41 percent of those who didn't.

    In contrast, 79 percent of Trump 2020 voters said Christian faiths should not be forced to alter their beliefs in order to please leftist ideologies.

    The poll was conducted between December 9 and 14 among likely voters.

    The study follows ongoing efforts to legitimize a variety of leftist agenda points, such as transgenderism and Critical Race Theory (CRT), despite the contrary wishes of the majority of parents in the nation.

    Within the last few days, President Joe Biden signed the “Respect for Marriage Act,” which legalizes gay marriage across the nation. Prior to this, the House had adopted the measure without protections for religious liberty, raising concerns in the process, as Breitbart News reported:

    “The vote comes a week after the Senate voted 61-36, with the help of 12 Senate Republicans, to advance the bill with the addition of a bipartisan amendment some lawmakers claim will protect religious liberty. However, faith advocates say that the amendment is basically useless and that the Respect for Marriage Act could be used to target Americans who believe that marriage is between one man and one woman.

    “The Senate notably rejected a religious liberty amendment from Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) that would have prevented religious organizations from being targeted by the federal government under the law. Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) proposed an identical amendment to Lee’s in the House and was also rejected.”

    “There is nothing more decent, more dignified, more American about what we are doing here today,” Biden stated prior to signing the bill.


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