What Part of the Apostles' Creed Does Sally Quinn Not Understand?
In her May 20 Moderator's View blog post at "On Faith," entitled "May 21, 2011: Not the end of the world," Washington Post's Sally Quinn at one point describes a belief in the "end times" as one held by "a large segment of Christians."
But that's kind of like saying "a large segment of Hindus believe in reincarnation."
Orthodox Christianity by its very definition requires a belief in a certain Christ-centered eschatology involving the Second Coming of Christ.
What part of "He ascended into heaven, and sitteth on the right hand of God the Father Almighty; from thence he shall come to judge the quick and the dead," doesn't atheist Sally Quinn understand?