Hugh Hewitt’s Sancho Panza, Duane Patterson writes:
On Sunday’s front page of the Washington Post, there is a long story about the increase of attendence of Christian chapel services among Major League Baseball players. On the one hand, it’s encouraging to see that anybody, or any group of people, relying on Christ. It’s also encouraging that a major newspaper reports on it.
On the other hand, you read the piece and get the same feeling as if it were an article on a previously-unknown tribe in the middle of some jungle in Africa. It’s almost as if the Post is reporting on a disturbing sub-culture that’s permeating the national pastime.