Commentary

Can Christians Be Nationalists? Part 14: Has The Christian Right Failed?

In the 1960s, the Left and the globalists won a stunning victory over traditional America. During this decade the definition of morality was turned completely upside down, as fornication, abortion, homosexuality, drug use and Marxist socialism became mainstream. In reaction to these abominations, conservative Christians began to organize politically, forming what came to be known …

Can Christians Be Nationalists? Part 12: Aren’t We Supposed To Judge People As Individuals?

Some people will object to ethno-nationalism by saying that even if there are racial differences we should still treat everyone as an individual. This position will sometimes be supported by claiming that the Bible requires us to judge individuals on their own personal merits, not on their membership in certain groups. In response to this …

Can Christians Be Nationalists? Part 11: Aren’t We Supposed To Treat Others the Same Way We Would Like To Be Treated?

Having established that there is nothing unchristian about recognizing racial differences, we now come to the question of how to apply this knowledge of racial reality. Once again, let us consider a hypothetical situation where race is not a factor. Imagine an all white city. In this city there is a public bus service, and …

Can Christians Be Nationalists? Part 10: Isn’t Nationalism Hateful and Prideful?

Another charge frequently leveled against Christian nationalists is that our position is hateful and prideful. Once again, these anti-nationalist arguments are inconsistent and illogical. No Christian would consider it hateful or prideful to recognize the objective fact that some individuals are more intelligent than others, that some people are more physically gifted than others, or …