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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 …

Can Christians Be Nationalists? Part 9: Aren’t We All One In Christ?

When trying to discuss racial differences with Christians, one is frequently confronted with the argument that “racial differences do not exist because God commands us to love everyone,” or that “racial differences do not exist because we are all one in Christ.” These arguments rely on incredibly flawed logic. Leaving aside for the moment the …

Can Christians Be Nationalists? Part 8: Aren’t We All Made In God’s Image?

We now consider some of the most common anti-nationalist arguments that are used by Christians with globalist sympathies. As we carefully go through these arguments and test them against the Scriptures, we will find that they all employ faulty reasoning and/or a false definition of nationalism. One of the first arguments that a Christian nationalist …

Can Christians Be Nationalists? Part 7: Haven’t Scientists Proved That The Races Are Equal?

Globalists will frequently defend their belief in racial equality by making the vague claim that scientists have proved that all races are equal, and therefore differences in achievement must be due exclusively to social or cultural factors. When globalists say that “scientists” have proved something, what they really mean that the scientific establishment at secular …

Can Christians Be Nationalists? Part 6: Are There Racial Differences?

There are many good reasons for reviving ethno-nationalism in America today. As we have seen, ethno-nationalism is the Biblical model for political organization, and it was the norm in America up until the 1960s. Ethno-nationalism also does a better job of fostering community, trust and solidarity than multiculturalism does. American society is becoming increasingly fractured, …

Can Christians Be Nationalists? Part 4: What Is Ethno-Nationalism?

In the first section we defined what the term “nationalism” means in general. We can further divide nationalism into “civic nationalism” and “ethno-nationalism.” Civic nationalism defines membership in a nation by language, geography, culture and political beliefs. For example, an American civic nationalist would define an American as someone who speaks English, who either was …