Eric Luppold

S4E21 – Challenges to Christian Nationalism, Part 4: Questioning Motives

As we continue this series on Christian Nationalism, I wanted to respond to the next challenge on the list: Aren’t we too focused on getting power, and doesn’t that make us just like the world? This is an important challenge, and one that we need to take seriously. All things, even good things, can become…

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S4E20 – Challenges to Christian Nationalism, Part 3: Blasphemy Laws

Today I continue a series on the topic of Christian Nationalism, specifically responding to common challenges to it. One of those challenges is: Won’t Christian rulers enforce laws against blasphemy and heresy? Shouldn’t we avoid that risk by not having Christian lawmakers or a Christian nation? In response to this, I will look at an…

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S4E19 – Challenges to Christian Nationalism, Part 2

Today I continue a series on the topic of Christian Nationalism, specifically responding to common challenges to it. One of those challenges is: Won’t Christian rulers be tempted to use power to coerce others into becoming Christian? And can power even be used in a God-honoring way? At the end of the day, this challenge…

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S4E18 – Challenges to Christian Nationalism, Part 1

Today I begin a series on the topic of Christian Nationalism. While there are many other available podcasts that discuss what Christian Nationalism is, my focus is on responding to the challenges to Christian Nationalism. Most, if not all, of those challenges come from within the Christian community. For example, are we saying that the…

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S4E17 – Dawkins’ Dilemma

In this episode, I review and respond to an interview of Professor Richard Dawkins that took place near Easter. Professor Dawkins is a very outspoken atheist, having written numerous books against religion and against Christianity. In this interview, he reveals a very inconsistent and contradictory position: he loves Christian culture but does not believe a…

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