August 11, 2006
NEW POLL SHOWS EVANGELICAL CHRISTIANS ADDICTED TO PORN
A new poll released this week by ChristianNet.com -- which bills itself as "the world's most-visited Christian website" -- in conjunction with Second Grace Ministries shows that those born-again, Evangelical Christians are addicted to porn.
"The poll results indicate that 50% of all Christian men and 20% of all Christian women are addicted to pornography," said Clay Jones, funder and President of Second Glance Ministries. Moreover, he said " 60% of the women who answered the survey admitted to having significant struggles with lust; 40% admitted to being involved in sexual sin in the past year; and 20% of the church-going female participants struggle with looking at pornography on an ongoing basis."
And, added ChristianNet's president, Bill Cooper, "We directed over 100,000 inquiries to Second Glance Ministries in one year...We are seeing an escalation to the problem [of porn addiction] both men and women who regularly attend church."
Christian right Evangelicals are, of course, always in the forefront of censhorhip crusades (see, for example, my L.A. Weekly article "The New Blacklist: How Corporate America is Bowing to Anti-Gay Christian Boycotts") But this new poll suggests that it's time to call the Christers' "culture wars" the "hypocrisy wars."
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