We live in an extreme moment — one that calls us to be extremists: extremists for justice, extremists for love.
BJC Executive Director Amanda Tyler shares about her move to Texas, including how the state has become a major flashpoint in the resurgence of Christian nationalism.
The calls for political violence were bolder than I expected, and the baptisms were the strangest part of the event.
This ceremony celebrated some of the best of our country’s commitment to freedom and the ability to bring one’s faith into the public square without demanding conformity.
If we care about religious freedom for all, we must dismantle Christian nationalism.
While the mainstreaming of Christian nationalism is absolutely a threat, we can also seize this moment as an opportunity to galvanize the majority of Americans who oppose it and want to defend religious freedom for all.