A Dec. 22 CNSNews.com article by Nathan Burchfiel described those who opposed the removal of a cross from a permanent position in a chapel at the College of William and Mary as "Christians," "Christians who were offended" and "a group of Christians." But the only critics Burchfiel quotes in his article are Mathew Staver of the conservative legal group Liberty Counsel and Stephen Klugewicz, "the director of the conservative Collegiate Network."
So, specifically, it's not all Christians who have criticized the cross' removal; it's conservative Christians. Burchfiel should have made that clear.
On a related subject, two writers in today's CNS letters column claim that liberal Christians are not real Christians at all. As one person wrote: "I call them 'C.I.N.O.' or Christian in Name Only."