In episode 97 of Dangerous Dogma, Bradley Onishi talks about his book Preparing for War: The Extremist History of White Christian Nationalism — and What Comes Next. He also discusses Jan. 6, evangelical racism, Ron DeSantis, and more.
Among those arrested were at least four evangelical pastors, according to Agência Pública, a Brazilian investigative news agency, which analyzed the government labor records of 1,398 detained demonstrators. The pastors were representative of the significant presence of evangelicals and Catholics among the mob.
Rev. Nathan Empsall of Faithful America reflects on why he sought to provide a Christian witness against the unholy and heretical political ideology of Christian Nationalism that helped inspire the deadly attack on the Capitol two years ago.
Just as the sun was rising over the U.S. Capitol building on Friday morning, several prominent Christian leaders gathered across the street for a prayer vigil. This event marked the second anniversary of the insurrection that followed the electoral defeat of then-President Donald Trump.
“Christian nationalist” once summoned images of fiery extremists — stark racists concerned with keeping immigrants out of the United States or politicians who argued that the Ten Commandments ought to coexist in law with the Constitution. Then came Jan. 6, and suddenly the term became
Vigil participants have been invited to gather outside the Library of Congress, behind the Capitol, to pray for religious freedom, democracy and healing, emphasizing the “broad Christian opposition to Christian nationalism” that organizers see “as a threat to both democracy and the church.”
As the second anniversary of the insurrection arrives later this week, we are still grappling with what happened that day. So in this issue of A Public Witness, Brian Kaylor looks at the efforts of activists to baptize their political movement and what this teaches
In this issue of A Public Witness, we review the significance of Christian Nationalism in what occurred on Jan. 6, and then we offer a word of warning about what is missed when this piece of the puzzle is left out.
Members of the Congressional Freethought Caucus met with a group of scholars and activists on Thursday evening to review a new report detailing the role Christian Nationalism played in the insurrection that took place at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
A team of scholars, faith leaders, and advocates unveiled an exhaustive new report Wednesday (Feb. 9) that documents in painstaking detail the role Christian Nationalism played in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and calling it an unsettling preview of things to come.