In every human being is a God-shaped vacuum, a place where no one and nothing can fill apart from God. Everyone longs for a spiritual connection that transcends the body and the soul; physical senses and emotional sensuality. Everyone has a sacrosanct space in them, the merging of divinity and humanity that has nothing to do with the seen or the felt.
This mountain of influence is crucial in revealing men to their true selves, which makes it the most basic pillar of our culture. It, therefore, must come under all sorts of attack. When the church begins to sway from its original role in sharing the good news of Christ with the world and begins to focus on sideshows and firefighting, we begin to crumble as spiritual and social edifices.