As a Christian Nationalist, I affirm:
• Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the Lord and Savior of the entire cosmos. The Bible is the inspired and infallible Word of God.
• Followers of Jesus Christ have, in light of the Great Commission given by Jesus (Matthew 28:16-2, a twofold mission: 1) evangelism – the Christian transformation of individuals; and 2) dominion – the Christian transformation of society.
• Regarding the latter, the nation is the highest, most all-embracing form of society. It is God Himself who wills the existence of nations (Genesis 11:1-9; Amos 9:7; Acts 17:26). They are thus an ordinance of His creation and are included within His salvific plans for humanity (Genesis 12:1-3; Matthew 28:19). Furthermore, their existence, like that of individuals, is fully sanctified in the new heaven and new earth (Revelation 21:24; 22:3). Nationalism is thus a Christian obligation.
• Christendom – Christian culture and civilization – is the spiritual and physical community of Christian nations.
• As a concrete social and political program, Christian Nationalism transcends the modern Left-Right dichotomy; indeed, it seeks to completely subvert this moribund and stagnant paradigm, insofar as faithful obedience to the full Word of God requires. God’s perfect and eternal Law, not historically contingent political paradigms, sets the social and political agenda of Christian Nationalism. Accordingly, in the broadest terms, Christian Nationalism leans Left on economics and Right on social and cultural matters.
• Christian Nationalism opposes the dominant ideologies of both Classical Liberalism and Marxism, recognizing them as two sides of the same anti-Christian Enlightenment coin, both being committed to the secularization of culture and the sinful expansion of human autonomy.
• Christian Nationalism opposes all forms of Globalism, whether in the form of Global Free-Market Capitalism or Global Communism.