“Russell Moore…has teamed up with a host of pro-abortion, pro-LGBTQ activists to denounce the “Christian Nationalism” they perceive as a “threat to the Church” and a “threat to the nation.” In the film, God & Country, which is being promoted by director Dan Partland and the laughable, comedic Hollywood atheist producer Rob Reiner, a number of absurd assertions are made toward conservative Christianity, as seen in the trailer below.”
(The Dissenter) I don’t identify as a Christian Nationalist, nor do I agree with all the positions held by some within that group, but I certainly don’t view the movement as a threat. Christian Nationalism represents a wide range of theological and ideological beliefs held by Christians about the ideal relationship between church and state, and it has been gaining considerable media attention over the last year.
While historically, a Christian Nationalist state would mean a state governed by the Church—a perspective I don’t share—in reality, progressives tend to label anyone who believes in a biblical worldview and thinks the government should curb evil as a “Christian Nationalist.”
CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains many people you’ll want to mark and avoid as per Rom 16:17-18 such as Russell Moore.