A pastor comes to terms with the church’s idols of Trump, money and power | Opinion
Biblical Christianity — forged in the cross, humility, and poverty — has been at war with a co-opted Christianity that forgets Jesus’s gospel of liberation.
Were the 2022 midterm results a rejection of white Christian Nationalism?
My answer is an enthusiastic maybe, a pastor and advocate says.
‘Christian nationalism’ talk is getting a lot louder. But what does it really mean? | Analysis
Pa. Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano has not claimed the label -- but he has embraced its tenets.
In PGH, faith leaders reject rising Christian nationalism movement
'This isn’t new to me. It’s just louder than I’ve seen it in a long, long, long time,' the Rev. Richard Freeman said.
We’re Pa. clergy. Christian nationalism isn’t Christian. This is why | Opinion
Christian Nationalism is inseparable from the idol of white supremacy in both our past and our present.
Wisconsin group launches effort to counter Christian nationalism in state politics
The Freedom from Religion Foundation wants to convince politicians that secular voters constitute a large and growing voting bloc.
How Christian nationalism is getting written out of the story of January 6 | Opinion
Accountability is important. But we can't forget the ideology driving many of the Capitol insurrectionists.
What in Jesus’ name? Saving the savior from Christian nationalism | Darrell Ehrlick
The problem seems to be that no one wants to be the critic going up against the formidable combination of both church and state.
Mastriano courting voters on Gab pushes the GOP further right, experts say
Gab founder Andrew Torba endorsed Republican nominee for governor, Doug Mastriano, as Pennsylvania's guy in a movement to "turn this state around for the glory of God."
What to do about those less than Christ-like ‘Christian’ churches? | Lloyd E. Sheaffer
Beyond misconstruing and misusing the Gospel's message, Christian nationalists pose a threat to peace in our nation.
We can’t overlook the danger posed by Christian nationalists | Chuck Ardo
Although they describe themselves as “patriots,” Christian nationalists reflect an un-American view that only their conservative interpretation of Christianity and its role in the political and social life of the country is valid.
Here’s the new strongmen. The same as the old strongmen. There’s no backing down | Ray E. Landis
The rise of the new authoritarians is hauntingly familiar. We cannot shirk our responsibility to confront them.