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The number of Americans self-identifying as ‘Christian’ is at an all-time low and continuing to decline. From Loving v. Virginia (1967) to Obergefell v. Hodges (2015), the federal courts have shown they are no longer willing to permit the religious opinions of Christians to be enshrined in America’s civil law. How will historians look back and see this period? And what does the future hold for Christians in America?

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Dave was born in Southern California and was a wild teenager during the “sex, drugs, and rock & roll” days of the late 70’s.

But Dave embarked in an entirely different direction when he joined the U.S. Army and became an Airborne Ranger.

After leaving the Army, Dave returned to So Cal and engaged in a number of careers, including law enforcement, the corporate world, the hi-tech industry, business owner, legal consultant, and more.

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