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Christian nationalism historians alarmed at American pulpits

Historians of Christian nationalism are alarmed by its appearance in American pulpits
A lesson on the dangers to the United States.
Jack Jenkins
Aug 21, 2017, 8:00 am

This is the second in a series on Christian nationalism and the religious groups supporting Donald Trump. You can read the first one here <> , and stay tuned for further entries in the coming weeks.

When President Donald Trump defended white nationalists last week, it seemed like much of the country couldn’t condemn him fast enough. In addition to a wave of opprobrium from progressives, Republican lawmakers, conservative pundits, and CEOs all rushed to distance themselves from the scandal-prone president.

But as the condemnations pile up, one group has yet to abandon the commander-in-chief: his evangelical Christian advisers.

Instead of criticizing Trump’s remarks, many of these faith leaders have either remained silent or have simply offered general denunciations of racism. Others, such as Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr., have even gone so far as to defend the president. So far, in the aftermath of Trump’s response to the violence in Charlottesville, only one of Trump’s evangelical advisors has stepped down.

The deafening silence has confused and frustrated many observers, including evangelicals. Some speculate that corporations have replaced religion as the country’s moral compass, wondering aloud why faith leaders aren’t demanding the president walk back statements that were celebrated by white supremacists.

But when it comes to at least one subset of Trump’s religious devotees, this reticence makes sense—and not because all of them necessarily support the white supremacists who rallied in Virginia last week. Instead, it may be because they share a very specific worldview that shapes their relationship to the president: Christian nationalism.

Historians agree the roots of American Christian nationalism—including flavors .....

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