Mark Twain’s friend Charles Dudley Warner once said, everyone’s talking about the weather but no one is doing anything about it, which is a very light way of introducing the serious topic of Christian Nationalism.

Let me wade even deeper into satirical comment. When I recalled G.K. Chesterton (spoiler alert: this is an offensive statement about family and addiction, but this is Chesterton), he said: “‘My country, right or wrong,’ is a thing that no patriot would think of saying. It is like saying, ‘My mother, drunk or sober.'” Christian Nationalism has become a topic of serious consideration.

Two years ago the NABF Scholars Collaboration hosted two panel discussions first on What is Christian Nationalism? and second How Can the Church Respond to Christian Nationalism?.

I want to highlight these to you today, and thank the Scholar’s Network for their contribution to the discussion.

In Christ,
Jeremy Bell, NABF General Secretary

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