Recommended Read: John Fea and Chris Stoop in Salon on Christian Nationalism and Some Fundamentalists Creating a United States that Never Existed

An article in Salon magazine features commentary by John Fea and Chris Stroop among others discussing Christian nationalism. And how some evangelicals are trying to create a society that never even existed. This is an informative read. 

“A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots. “

Marcus Garvey 

Instead, be kind to each other, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, just as God through Christ has forgiven you.

Ephesians 4:32 NLT 

Financial district of San Francisco, California 

This is a recommended read which I saw that is deeply disturbing. This is an article in Salon magazine and in the article John Fea and Chris Stoop discuss Christian nationalism. The name of the article is called, “Onward, Christian soldiers: Right-wing religious nationalists launch dramatic new power play.” Within you will learn about the dominion movement, and the efforts to create a United States that didn’t exist. Imaginary persecution, fringe evangelicals using the political system to advance an agenda under a false pretense of protecting freedom. This is not just happening at the national level but also at the state wide level in “Project Blitz.” I will leave this with you to read and discuss if you desire. 

4 thoughts on “Recommended Read: John Fea and Chris Stoop in Salon on Christian Nationalism and Some Fundamentalists Creating a United States that Never Existed

  1. Within you will learn about the dominion movement, and the efforts to create a United States that didn’t exist.

    At least outside of The Handmaid’s Tale.

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  2. All I can say is after a couple generations of such a Truly Christian Nation, the name “Jesus Christ” will have acquired the same baggage as the name “Adolf Hitler” .

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      • Not just a political party, but trying to become the kind of Political Mass Movement you find in Third World countries. (And which would probably have similar results.)

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