is supremely witty and on point in his analysis of the resurgence of the role of religious life in America in his new book "GOD IS BACK."
Of course, God never went away, we just didn't give him all that much play. Adrian Wooldridge is the bureau chief of sorts of the Economist Magazine here in Washington and previously wrote the "Lexington Column."
"God is Back" opens, as Adrian explained in his talk to some DC ethics and public policy forum that has George Weigel's name all over it, in a scene of an apartment home church in China where scripture is read and projected on a wall to a group of 25 or less people, as only 25 people at most may gather for fear of attracting too much attention. Christianity is still not a favored activity in China and persecution means more than the left boot of fellowship; it can mean the lock up for merely gathering en masse to celebrate a Mass. No First Amendment in