Revelations 2:5 “Remember therefore from where you have fallen; repent, and do the works you did at first. If not, I will come to you and remove your lampstand from its place, unless you repent.
- Analysis: An ‘imposter Christianity’ is threatening American democracy
- Here are three key beliefs often tied to White Christian nationalism.
- A belief that the US was founded as a Christian nation
- A belief in a ‘Warrior Christ’
- A belief there’s such a person as a ‘real American’
- The nation is divided between “real Americans” and other citizens who don’t deserve the same rights, experts on White Christian nationalism say.
- “The United States cannot be both a truly multiracial democracy — a people of people and a nation of nations — and a white Christian nation at the same time,” Gorski wrote in “The Flag and the Cross.” “This is why white Christian nationalism has become a serious threat to American democracy, perhaps the most serious threat it now faces.”
- [Faith in God, and Christianity in general, is what is on trial here.]
- [In a unanimous decision in 1844, the US Supreme Court affirmed that America was “a Christian country.”]
- [ In 1892, the Supreme Court again delivered a unanimous ruling, declaring of America that “this is a Christian nation.”]
- [In 1931, the Supreme Court reaffirmed the same position for a third time, stating “we are a Christian people.”]
- [America was born a Christian nation—America was born to exemplify that devotion to the elements of righteousness which are derived from the revelations of Holy Scripture. WOODROW WILSON]
- [There is more refuting the Claims that America is not a Christian nation. We need to keep our history close to our memory so that no one can try to change who we are]
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