Twiss, a member of the Rosebud Lakota/Sioux tribe and 32-year follower of Christ, said some link it to such sore spots as "manifest destiny" and the notion of "chosenness."
"Jesus never addresses architectural forms or musical forms or languages as being good or bad. It's about allegiance--to whom do you serve."
"Christianity has its roots in the history of a tribal people," he said.
Is that a biased viewpoint? No. It's not biased if it's true.
For more on the subject, see America's Exceptional Values.