As Christians, we must speak in one voice condemning Christian nationalism as a distortion of the gospel of Jesus and a threat to American democracy.#ChristiansAgainstChristianNationalism— ELCA Lutherans (@ELCA) July 25, 2022
#ChristianNationalism often overlaps with and provides cover for white supremacy and racial subjugation. We reject this damaging political ideology and invite our Christian siblings to join us in opposing this threat to our faith and to our nation.— ELCA Lutherans (@ELCA) July 25, 2022
In 2019 the #ELCA signed on to the Christians Against #ChristianNationalism statement condemning Christian Nationalism as a distortion of the gospel of Jesus and a threat to American democracy. pic.twitter.com/0Mq2xlQumJ— ELCA Lutherans (@ELCA) July 26, 2022
Lutheran ordained groomer Pastor from Chicago Aaron Musser dressed up in drag to lead services with the children in his church.— Michael O’Fallon – Sovereign Nations (@SovMichael) July 26, 2022
How would the Protestant reformer Martin Luther respond to this if he were alive today? pic.twitter.com/syZWRWhsOt
The liberal modernists of ELCA have strongly condemned Christian nationalism.
Christian nationalism, which is the radical idea that Christians shouldn’t be governed and led by non-Christians, is a very useful test for revealing who has been compromised and which institutions have been infiltrated and subverted and thus are loyal to liberalism and secular humanism.
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