Christian Nationalism is becoming more controversial – why? Recently, a religious writer at least implied that it must be proven as a proper activity for Christians from the New Testament.
Just what is Christian Nationalism? Seems like everyone has their own definition – so how can you oppose something when you don’t even agree as to what it is?
So, as usual, DaLimbraw Library to the rescue!
Prove it? I'll start with Matthew 28:18-20, with emphasis on the 'make disciples OF all nations' part after 'all authority' etc.
However, this proof will not be in 25 words or
less - it has taken me literally 20+ years to arrive and affirm my position,
which began publicly - www.crushlimbraw.com -
in 2015 and has been expanded into a library linked from the website. It covers
Government Religion Politics Culture and includes such topics as Gary DeMar's
question: How is it Possible to “Only Preach the Gospel”? BY GARY DEMAR - https://crushlimbraw.blogspot.com/2024/01/how-is-it-possible-to-only-preach.html?m=0 -
and that is just another starter - we've only just begun.
Then, in order to group essays already archived in DaLimbraw Library, I had to choose a word topic to search the library - I chose Christian Nationalism - a term which is increasingly becoming more controversial among both secular and churchian circles. Here is the result - https://crushlimbraw.blogspot.com/search?q=Christian+Nationalism+&m=1 - a list of headnotes to articles which have to be read full text. This is NOT for casual readers or short attention spans. Like I said earlier, this did not come to me from a road to Damascus experience.
"Faith comes by hearing and understanding
comes from knowledge, which comes by sight." - Augustine. He wasn’t the
only one - "My people are destroyed from lack of knowledge!" -
In summary, I do NOT claim total understanding
or knowledge - we all see through DaGlass DARKLY - but that does not mean we
Discovering truth is a process - not an end state for us mortals - just as discerning good from evil takes practice - Hebrews 5:11-6:2.
Shall we begin?