The Chick-fil-A Phenomenon

John C. Greene
I don't do fast food. Haven't for years. It doesn't sit well in my stomach. I don't do hatred either. Never have. Hatred doesn't sit well in my stomach either. Until last week, I had never heard of Chick-fil-A. But if there were a Chick-fil-A within a reasonable distance from me, I'd have lunch there in spite of my stomach. Why? I'm tired of the lies. And obviously, so are a lot of other people. I don't think America has ever seen such an outpouring of support before for a business as we have seen for Chick-fil-A in the past week. If you haven't been in a coma, you know the story. In an interview published July 16 in the Baptist Press Chick-fil-A president and chief operating officer Dan Cathy was asked about the company's support of the family: "Some have opposed the company's support of the traditional family. 'Well, guilty as charged,' said Cathy when asked about the company's position. "'We are very much supportive of the family -- the biblical definition of the family unit....(Read Full Post)

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