By Uncommontary | Listen
Published in February of 2022
SUMMARY: In a succinct and meaty conversation with host Marty Duren Georgetown University professor and author Paul Miller first defines his terms, such as classical liberalism, nationalism, patriotism, and conservatism, before discussing the dangers of nationalism shaping Christians instead of the other way around. Miller concludes the conversation with some advice for pastors addressing Christian nationalism from the pulpit.
KEY QUOTE: “Christian nationalism compromises the church’s witness. We Christians become propaganda for the state. We become a handmaiden, a cheerleader for state propaganda instead of an outside prophetic voice.”
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