On the one hand, goodness can come as a result of legitimate unity. On the other, the truths on which unity depends where legitimacy is concerned cannot be denied, or wishcasted into being.
We now inhabit a society which stubbornly denies God’s call to place our faith in Him. Thus, in rejecting God’s authority, we also see the unraveling of the basis for human authority.
Romance, like sound public health policy, depends on virtue and morality, and cannot exist in an environment where these things are abolished and scoffed at.
Miles Smith is right, then. The term ‘Christian Nationalism’ is being defined and employed so broadly as to encompass Christians who believe these verses as true and good.
What if the future actually belongs to the children who are now receiving a classical education in good character, rhetoric, logic, and knowing stuff?
And here we come to the crux of the divide between respectable establishment type evangelical Christians and those who are cast into the outer darkness as deplorables.