Christian Nationalism and Eschatology

Volume 28, Issue 7, October 2022 “If we change our eschatology, we will change the world — and take dominion of it for the glory of God. That is the single most important task in all of Christendom second only to spreading the gospel.”[1] So says Andrew Torba and Andrew Isker in Christian Nationalism. Doug Wilson endorses this book, writing, “If you want to know more about Christian Nationalism, this book is for you. You will be getting your info from the horse’s mouth.” It needs to be understood that Torba’s, Isker’s, and Wilson’s definition of Christian Nationalism is different from the broader description as expressed in the previous article on this subject. These men see its adherents as Christians[2] who want to protect their

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