Yes, Christianity is under attack, both from without and within.
I remember a picture of US astronauts in the 60s sitting around a table, praying before their mission into space. Now, Tebow is ridiculed for praying on the football field. That's sad.
But not only does the Corporate Party media kool-aid overtly and by innuendo attack those who believe, we also have people within the church subverting Christianity and its true meaning.
First of all, no one knows truth, so why are so many acting as though they do? Shouldn't we all be more humble to search for more truth and meaning within the Bible? Don't we all need the humble hungering of a beggar in our approach to the gates of heaven? Only when we have an empty cup can that cup be filled. If we think we know it all, then we'll never receive the truth.
I remember at a Christmas party at my brother's house in Phoenix a few years back, one Christian was so happy to have been saved, because now he could commit any crime and still go to heaven. His minister had told him so. What kind of twisted logic is that? Didn't Jesus say to the woman who almost had been stoned for adultery, "Go and sin no more?" There is wisdom in not sinning and not hungering after sinful things. I'm afraid that the "saved" Christian was attempting to follow 2 masters, and that's just not possible.
Another minister, online, let it be know on their website that we cannot perform miracles as individuals. Only by the combined numbers of Christians worldwide can we do anything "miraculous." Somehow, I think he missed the point of what "miracle" means. Swaying governments by numbers of members voting is a physical-universe-based strategy. That's not a miracle, in my book. Walking on water is a miracle. Moving a mountain by asking that it move, now that's a miracle! I've seen real miracles and felt the presence of the loving Father. Some ministers of Christianity do not know what they're talking about. They have not yet found true faith. And they're leading their flock astray by such lies.