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Douglas Wilson to Tucker Carlson: Christian Nationalism Expands Everyone’s Liberties

Wilson’s interview sparked lively debate on social media. Some people agreed that America needs a “spiritual solution,” not a political solution. Others were grateful that Wilson “proclaimed Christ” on national television, with some saying he “hit a home run.”

“Admittedly, I’m both confused & grateful that Doug Wilson said what many of us have been saying from the beginning,” Oklahoma Pastor Nathaniel Jolly said. “That the only solution to this country’s problems is the Gospel & not at all political. Glad he said it. Agree 100%.”

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Others disagreed with Wilson or his strategy. Some people called his “Federal Vision” theology “heretical,” while others took issue with his wording in the interview. “He was asked to define Christian Nationalism and he didn’t answer the question and instead used generic Christian response to deceive people instead of answering,” someone commented. “That is a poor look for a Christian.”

Scott Coley, author of the upcoming book “Ministers of Propaganda: Truth, Power, and the Ideology of the Religious Right,” said it’s a “dangerous myth” that Wilson is merely an “outsider.” For example, Coley noted that Wilson was a driving force behind the resurgence of classical Christian education.