Christian Nationalism

Poll: Most Americans support church-state separation; Christian nationalists differ

"Americans also support some intermingling of church and state. Three in 10 said public school teachers should be allowed to lead students in Christian prayers, and 4 in 10 said it’s OK to put up Christian symbols in the public square." - RNS

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Survey: ‘Great replacement’ belief correlates with Christian nationalist views

"A new survey finds a majority of Americans who hold to such a view 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." - RNS

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Police Officer Says Jan. 6 Insurrectionists ‘Perceived Themselves to be Christians’

“I saw the Christian flag directly to my front. Another read, ‘Jesus is my savior, Trump is my president.’ Another: ‘Jesus is king.’ … Another had crossed rifles beneath a skull, emblazoned with the pattern of the American flag.”. . . a shirt that bore the slogan “God, Guns, and Trump.” - C. Leaders

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Christian groups move to oppose “Christian Nationalism”

"Vote Common Good, a nonprofit aimed at influencing religiously motivated voters, is partnering with Christians Against Christian Nationalism, a large group of faith leaders, to launch a new curriculum aimed at confronting Christian nationalism in churches across the country" - NPR

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Cruz, DeSantis Portray the Left As Demonic, the Right As God’s True Followers

“You’ve got to be strong,” said DeSantis at the end of his speech. “You’ve got to put on the full armor of God. You’ve got to take a stand, take a stand against the Left’s schemes. You’ve got to stand your ground. You’ve got to be firm. You will face flaming arrows, but take up the shield of faith and fight on.” - C.Leaders

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Beyond nationalism and globalism: Jesus points to another kingdom

Nationalists and globalists on both sides of the political divide ... "While bigger issues still divide us and our parties today, this is one division that cuts across political partisanship. Thus, it should be of interest to all Christians, no matter their political persuasion, whether there is any guidance in the Christian tradition for sorting out these debates." - Acton

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