When MRFF began using the term “Christian nationalism” it was met with derision not only from our enemies but to a lesser degree from some of our supporters. We were accused of being hyperbolic and exaggerating this threat that we were warning of. Our country couldn’t be turned into a theocracy. We have a Constitution! We have a separation of church and state!
Well, fast forward fifteen years. “Christian nationalism” is becoming a household phrase, thanks to a recent wave of mainstream reporting in which the term has been used.
We’re glad to see so many in the media waking up and calling Christian nationalists what they are, but we also want to scream …
“WE TOLD YOU SO!”
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