Christian Nationalism – Strategy

Volume 29, Issue 1, January/February 2023 In part one of this series, the “Great Hibernation,” we looked at the various ways Americans understand and process Christian Nationalism and provided several definitions, including that it is an ideology that idealizes and advocates a fusion of American civic life with a particular type of Christian identity and culture. We also introduced a particular orientation toward Christian Nationalism, best represented in the Redoubt movement, which advocates that Christians remove themselves from mainstream society and cloister in a safer environment in the Pacific Northwest. Part two revealed that the eschatology of this orientation holds to postmillennial and preterist views.  After describing the several common end-time positions held by evangelicals, we saw how the postmillennial view undergirds, or at least allows

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