Today former newsman and faith blogger bill offers yet another missive targeting right-wing political opposition.
Here's how he sees this religious struggle with electoral implications . . .
So are all people of faith susceptible to such nonsense? No. But my guess is that Christians who prefer monochromatic answers to questions and issues -- either black or white, never gray -- tend to simplify this complex world so dramatically that they open themselves up to knaves offering simple answers -- answers like "Stop the Steal," a slogan that makes much more sense coming out of the mouths of Biden supporters and aimed at Trumpers than the other way around.
The Christian nationalist movement is a stain on Christianity. But it also injures religion in general because it tends to leave the impression that all or most people of faith are like the nationalists in their simplistic and often erroneous conclusions about faith, politics and life in general.
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Even on Jan. 6, 2021, I knew that in some strange way religion was part of the story of the bloody insurrection at the nation's Capitol building. Anyone watching the rioting mobs on TV could see lots of signs mentioning...