“Doug Pagitt founded Vote Common Good as a way to mobilize Christian voters beyond the Religious Right, challenging American Christians to think about the ways their faith should motivate them to vote, organize and act beyond the two-party system. Together, Vote Common Good and the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty hope this new resource can educate churches about Christian Nationalism, the ways Christian Nationalism can sneak into doctrine without our being aware of it, and compel the American Church to cast off the partisan mold that’s been crafted for it by bad faith political operators.”

—From “A New Curriculum Will Equip Churches to Tackle Christian Nationalism” in Relevant

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