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Christian Nationalism’s Impact on Democracy

Christian Nationalism’s Impact on Democracy





The Rotunda Dome Room, 1826 University Ave, Charlottesville, VA 22904

The rise in “Christian nationalism” has been called a major threat to American democracy and to the value of religious freedom. Christian nationalists believe that America was, is, and should remain a Christian nation. How do the goals of Christian nationalists differ from those of mainstream Christians who are engaged in politics? How does this fringe movement endanger American democracy? Scholars and faith leaders come together for a conversation that explores the underpinnings of the Christian nationalist ideology and what it means for the future.

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Hosted and produced by the Karsh Institute of Democracy and the University of Virginia School of Law’s Karsh Center for Law and Democracy and sponsored by Welcoming Greater Charlottesville and Agape

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