In a Christian Chronicle Q&A, scholars discuss the trend and its impact on Churches of Christ.
By Bobby Ross Jr. | The Christian Chronicle
Since President Donald Trump’s election in 2016, Christian nationalism has been a subject of much discussion and debate.
The Washington Post reported this week that Trump’s four years in office have sparked a rise of “Patriot Churches.”
To help readers better understand the subject, The Christian Chronicle asked three scholars to weigh in. Each responded to the same questions independently.
This story appears in the online edition of The Christian Chronicle.
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