One flag waving over the rioters at the US Capitol, emblazoned with a tree and the slogan “An Appeal to Heaven,” garnered particular attention as a symbol of so-called “Christian nationalism’s” effort to “take America back for God.”
Brad LittlejohnFebruary 23, 2021
Few labels elicit more ire in the views of contemporary Americans, Christians and non-Christians alike, than the two-word moniker, “Christian nationalism.”
James R. WoodFebruary 10, 2021
The Storming of the US Capitol reveals a shift from a primarily conservative and faith-driven religious right to an increasingly revolutionary and post-religious right.
Tobias CremerJanuary 27, 2021
The term Christian Nationalism has become something of an epithet amongst enlightened evangelicals and Christians of various stripes, especially in light of the travesty at the Capitol.
Daniel StrandJanuary 14, 2021
The insurrection on Epiphany reveals essential tasks—for America to prevent another attack and for the church to respond properly to the misuse of its symbols.
Mark MeltonJanuary 8, 2021
Most critiques of Christian nationalism seem sweepingly to deride all reference to God relating to country.
Mark TooleyDecember 22, 2020
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