Who am I? Since the beginning of time, that question has been simple. I’m a husband or wife, son or daughter, a brother or sister. Perhaps one was a person of faith. Today, we are more divided than ever over this central question. Sixty years ago, sexual revolution ushered in a whirlwind of cultural shifts that altered society and led to the rise of identity politics and the embrace of politics over family. People are seeking counseling due to mental health struggles at massive rates, and even more are worshipping at the altar of government to find their identity.