Christianity and the Nation

By Matt Ceaser 08 Jul 2021

Matt Ceaser argues that the appropriation of Christianity in nationalist myths is not only antithetical to the way of Christ, but is also a dangerous force in contemporary politics. Instead, Christianity possesses the resources to combat this nationalistic tendency and requires Bible-believing Christians to raise their voices against the exclusive narratives of populist politicians.

This extended essay has now been published as a Jubilee Centre eBook: click here to access it.

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