For many Christians, Jeremiah 1:5 — “before I formed you in the womb, I knew you” — is about when life begins. But the passage deserves more than a plain-text reading.
“We’re not to be the ones spreading fear and division and anger.”
White supremacy will have no place in U.S. politics once it has no place in the U.S. church.
How advocates hope to overhaul the U.S.’s dysfunctional immigration system, from asylum to border security and migrant protection.
The first thing Christians against Christian nationalism can do is to break silence and create spaces to define and talk about White Christian nationalism.