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Sounds of Fundamentalism: Evangelical Calvinist Explains the Term “Christian Nationalist”

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Today’s Sound of Fundamentalism is a video clip of an Evangelical Calvinist explaining the term “Christian Nationalist.” According to her, we are all under the authority of Christ whether we accept it or not. She explains atheist morality this way: “if stardust rapes stardust who cares?

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Bruce Gerencser, 66, lives in rural Northwest Ohio with his wife of 45 years. He and his wife have six grown children and thirteen grandchildren. Bruce pastored Evangelical churches for twenty-five years in Ohio, Texas, and Michigan. Bruce left the ministry in 2005, and in 2008 he left Christianity. Bruce is now a humanist and an atheist.

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    Do I get participation points for making it to two minutes?

    A bit of advice to the crazy woman: 1) Pleas record someplace where there are not other people talking. 2) Please write out your talk. You are not good at extemporaneous speaking. And 3) since religion is completely made up by humans, trying to convince us that one side of a fictional issue debate is correct and the other is wrong is pointless.

    Ok, that’s going to take several episodes of Trek to wash that out of my brain. Maybe someone else will be able to watch it without accidental brain damage due to exposure to this kind of sheer nuttiness. I, alas, cannot. Even exposure to JD Hall cannot immunize me to this kind of stupidity.

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    Like, I’m not gonna live, like, just because you say it’s true, like I’m not going to live under the authority of Christ, because, I mean, like just because you say Christ is true , I mean, I don’t have to live like that because it’s not true. Because it, you know, is a lie.

    I assume using her language will help her understand my response?

    I can summarize her 11 minutes of “squishy” logic and discussion. Basically she is redefining Christian nationalism because ultimately she knows it refers to Christians using god to defend bigotry and prejudice. Since she is not a bigot, but simply a follower of the real Christ and a non squishy Christian and she is only stating the obvious truth about god. Then she goes on to prove her bigotry through her own dialogue and word choice.

    And somehow succeeds to remain oblivious that she only managed to show herself to be ignorant, bigoted, lacking any logic skills, and very confused.

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    I got halfway through and couldn’t take it anymore. I have lost fewer brain cells during a drinking binge than I have listening to her try to define something she doesn’t understand.

    Jesus, if you’re real, please enlighten this woman.

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    Thank you sweet (crazy) lady for letting me know that I, as an athirst, am still under the authority of Christ. Who by the way died over 2000 years ago and is still dead and rotting away in the middle east.

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