Christian nationalism

All Christians Should Oppose a State Religion

All Christians Should Oppose a State Religion

Christians have historically stood against an official state religion, especially those of the Baptist tradition, which is my denominational home. Leaving aside the obvious Constitutional issues with this, Christians should oppose the idea of a state religion because it is at odds with what the New Testament teaches about conversion and the nature of the church.

Survey: 'Great Replacement' Belief Correlates with Christian Nationalist Views

A migrant caravan, a survey shows that the 'great replacement' belief correlates with Christian nationalism

A new survey finds a majority of Americans who believe that America is a “city on a hill” chosen by God to receive blessings and be used as an example in the world, also believe in a “replacement” conspiracy theory holding that immigrants are invading the U.S. in an attempt to replace the country's current culture.

An Empowering and Urgent Prayer for Our Nation

An American flag, How to preserve the health of our democracy

Last Sunday, an article written by Dr. Ed Stetzer and Andrew MacDonald titled, “It’s time we evangelicals have a talk about Christian nationalism", was published in a local Dallas newspaper. In the article, Stetzer and MacDonald describe Christian nationalism as the syncretistic fusion of patriotism and Christianity. This fusion claims that “America enjoys providential favor or blessings above other nations,” a belief which the authors correctly note is unbiblical.

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