For American Christians today, Mark 9:42–50 conveys a stern warning from Jesus about confusing Christianity with nationalism and destroying the credibility of the gospel in other ways.
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On observing July 4 as an American Christian
When the Fourth of July falls on a Sunday, Christians need to be careful about how they relate patriotism and worship.
Nation-state myth and the Kingdom of God; or patriotism and salvation history
If we are Christian, the story that we tell about our nation will be compatible with and subordinate to the story that God is writing in the history of salvation.
By the waters of New Zion (Psalm 137, nationalized)
By the waters of New Zion, here we dance and sing! We have long since retuned our lyres to the tonal system of this blessed land. Our leaders smile on us and swear that we are chosen of the Lord and precious in his sight so we say they are too. Our tongues flap freelyContinue reading “By the waters of New Zion (Psalm 137, nationalized)”