SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by David Sehat
Christian conservatives are targeting not just abortion or contraception, but the broader idea of a secular American republic.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Christian nationalism, particularly the sense that America's white, Christian identity is threatened, is a force uniting disparate strains of the far right and a potential bridge between extremists and millions of American Evangelicals, say scholars Kelly J. Baker and Anthea Butler.
"I think the idea that Democrats could get the support of white conservative voters by focusing on governing well, by emphasizing “pocketbook issues,” underestimates the depth of the ideological struggle that we are witnessing."
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