Christian Nationalism

Peter’s Words for the Christians Who Stormed Brazil’s Capital

"'in your hearts revere Christ as Lord' immediately orders our priorities and asks us to check ourselves for idolatry. Notably Peter is writing to people who believe in Jesus....This includes not only believing in Jesus but also following his word and example in our actions." - CToday

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A Tale of Two Books, One Podcast, and the Contest over Christian Nationalism

"The first book was Stephen Wolfe’s The Case for Christian Nationalism. The second was my own, The Religion of American Greatness: What’s Wrong with Christian Nationalism. Our books do not cite each other, yet it is remarkable the degree to which they speak to the same issues from opposite perspectives." - CToday

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The Rise of Right-Wing Wokeism: A Review of ‘The Case for Christian Nationalism’ by Stephen Wolfe

"I understand and sympathize with the desire for something like Christian Nationalism, but if this book represents the best of that ism, then Christian Nationalism isn’t the answer the church or our nation needs." - Kevin DeYoung

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“The Christian Church in America has seen a renewed interest in modified versions of theonomy”

"Theonomy is utterly dependent upon the embrace of a postmillennialism that inevitably demands the implementation of a Christian theistic ethic into the fabric of every society. This makes nearly every form of theonomy a present non-reality that is dependent on a misconstrued eschatological hope." - Nicholas Batzig

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