“Christian Nationalism” Is An Oxymoron

You can’t serve two masters

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Speaking to an audience of young conservatives last weekend, Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said that “we should be Christian nationalists.”

For reasons that I’ll explain in a moment, the very idea of a “Christian nationalist” is a contradiction in terms. But in order to see why, we need to start with some…

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Dustin Arand

Dustin Arand

Lawyer turned stay-at-home dad. I write about philosophy, culture, and law. Author of the book “Truth Evolves”. Top writer in History, Culture, and Politics.