In his book, "The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation," Rod Dreher calls for Christians to take a step back from today’s degenerating political scene so they can instead focus on reinforcing their own communities and faiths. His book has lit up the conservative Christian world and touches on many of the issues that frame our political culture, which, like it or not, are intrinsically linked to Christian ideology. President Trump just passed an executive order freeing religious organizations to participate more fully in the political process...so how should Christians respond to this and participate in an increasingly secular world? And how should they define themselves and their faith when they believe they are under attack? Dave Ross challenges Rod Dreher on what it means to be a person of Christian faith in modern American society.