Dr. Michael Kruger, Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary, notes that the days of the “moral majority” in America are not in the past, as some may think. Rather, a new moral majority has arisen on the left, and has redefined morality. Kruger argues that this new morality is both inconsistent and intellectually lacking. He writes:
In the end, the new moral majority finds itself in an awkward, and intellectually indefensible position. They need a transcendent God in order for moral norms to exist, yet they are working at every turn against God’s role in the public sphere. Moreover, they are advocating a behavior (e.g., homosexual marriage) that is rejected by every major theistic religion.