R.R. Reno has written an uncharacteristically ridiculous piece at First Things in which he claims Islam should be embraced as one of the religious identities contributing to the American pluralistic system.
“far above all rule and authority, power and dominion, and every title that can be given, not only in the present age but also in the one to come. And God placed all things under his feet and appointed him to be head over everything for the church,” (1:21-22)
Writing at Christianity Today, Erik Hyer discusses his experiences trying to create multi-ethnic churches. It appears he's tried almost everything, and has failed to find anything that sticks. For racial realists, this is unsurprising. Hyer, however, is unperturbed in his quest to defy reality. Nevertheless, he quotes a telling passage:
Alfred Clark, writing at Altright.com, comments on the pathetic suicidal nature of contemporary Christianity. He labels liberal Christ followers "cucked Christians," and ridicules their tendency to adopt non-white babies instead of reproducing their own race. Clark suggests a theory for why contemporary Western Christians are so weak:
Cultural Marxist and Liberal Christians want to persuade us that physical and genetic identity should not be considered when Christ followers make social decisions. For example, they claim a person's race and ethnicity should be ignored when Christians consider immigration policy, church choice, political appointments, adoptions, and marriage partners. Today, many of these same Christians argue sexual identity and gender have no relevance in our decisions on the same questions.