Christianity is the Only Way Forward in Modern Politics

Christianity is the Only Way Forward in Modern Politics by Jack Gavin for Ave Post

GNN Note – The sexual deviants and the abortion crowd are, literally, silencing their own voice with their lifestyle choices. Christian conservatives will dominate because the leftist, same sex (no reproduction) and abortion (no explanation needed) don’t have children of their own to indoctrinate into their evil scam. This is the ONLY REASON they are attacking children in public schools. / END

There is a struggle for the soul of the Republican Party and it’s necessary that Christ prevails.

Now more than any time in the past decade, Christianity is a salient political issue.

If by some miracle you haven’t seen the onslaught of headlines in the mainstream media denouncing ‘Christian Nationalism’, here is a summary.

What is Christian Nationalism?

Headlines about Christian Nationalism. Includes images of Donald Trump and Marjorie Taylor Greene.
Headlines from Yahoo News, Newsweek, Business Insider, PinkNews, and MSNBC discussing Christian Nationalism.

Here’s the long and the short of it—nobody knows what it is. Just like nobody knows what it means to be ‘racist’ or ‘sexist’, nobody knows what it means to be a Christian Nationalist because the media leaves this definition ambiguous. As far as I can tell, it’s just a way to attack devout Christians indirectly by pretending that there’s a distinction between Christianity and Christian Nationalism.

In reality, there is no distinction between the two—Christian Nationalists are simply devout Christians.

An article from Christianity Today gives its best shot at defining Christian Nationalism, and I think this is the closest definition you’ll get.

Christian nationalism is the belief that the American nation is defined by Christianity, and that the government should take active steps to keep it that way. Popularly, Christian nationalists assert that America is and must remain a “Christian nation”—not merely as an observation about American history, but as a prescriptive program for what America must continue to be in the future.

Paul D. Miller, Christianity Today

It’s unsurprising that the world would reject something like this, it’s been doing so for nearly 2000 years.

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