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What is a Nation?

October 3rd, 2019 | 11 min read

By Myles Werntz

In debates over the last two months, the question of whether or not Christians can be ‘nationalists’ has become one of the pressing questions to be answered. Unfortunately, the way the debate has proceeded so far makes answering the question impossible. The question cannot be answered by examining questions about liberal proceduralism versus substantive visions of the common good, or by providing a Christian account of the nation beginning with the nature of temporal authority. These are important questions, and have been given ample attention over the last two decades.

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