Christian Nationalism Is Submission to God



aka Eschatologuy

You may have heard of the ‘two kingdoms’ doctrine and have certainly heard of the ‘separation of Church and State’, but is either of these a truly Christian position? Is God Lord only of His Church or does He also rule the kingdoms of this world? As Christians, what are our duties in the context of the State?

The Media, and many others, have spent years, now, shouting about “Christian Nationalism”, but few could even define either term. This episode is both a primer on Christian Nationalism from a Christian perspective and the definitive statement of its core nature. Christian Nationalism is simply Christianity lived out in the left-hand kingdom, for both kingdoms belong to Christ.

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4 Replies to “Christian Nationalism Is Submission to God”

  1. I iwhs youd get rid of the intro song. Brother spyridon has a better intro – its just some sort of church chimes. much better starting noise


    1. I have never claimed to be a musician. Perhaps one day we’ll hire one.


  2. Was it sinful for the founders of the USA to rebel against king George III given 1 Peter 2:13-15, Romans 13:1, and John 19:10-11? Is it sinful to overthrow, or just simply ignore a government that, in practice, praises evil and punished good?


    1. We do have an episode on this topic planned, but we do not yet have a specific date for it. The short version is that Romans 13 is properly read as being (at least in part) polemical. The American Revolution was certainly not ideal, but I do believe it is fair for Christians to have some differences on that subject (personally, I would say it was sinful and matters should have been resolved without resort to arms).