Living our faith requires vigilance, but it also requires fearlessness, Tucker Carlson told a crowd of Christians in Ohio earlier this month.
As a journalist who’s covered various topics and written thousands of articles for national outlets, I’ve noticed one subject being neglected across the country: faith. Church membership and attendance have rapidly fallen and Biblical values have become limited in the modern world.
After traveling to Ohio earlier this month to hear Tucker Carlson speak about Christianity, it was reassuring to be reminded of the crosses we must bear to preserve our faith and walk in the footsteps of Christ. Living our faith requires vigilance, but it also requires “fearlessness.”
“Christians can absolutely get it wrong and do,” Carlson said at the event sponsored by the Center for Christian Virtue. “They could follow the wrong path; they can be mistaken. The one they cannot do is be afraid. Period.”
Yet most Christian leaders have buckled under the weight of fear and all but abandoned the pillars of our faith. Whether it was fear of government intrusion during Covid lockdowns, fear of not fitting in, or fear of death — Christianity has lost its way.
Nick Givas is an investigative researcher for Restoration of America, former host of “Brace4Impact” with Just the News. He’s reported on politics for The Daily Caller, Fox News, and as managing editor of the Newsroom for Project Veritas.