Understanding the threat of white Christian nationalism to American democracy today
Upcoming findings from the PRRI and Brookings Christian Nationalism Survey
I’m really excited about the data and discussion described below. If you’d like to see me at more of these events, please consider becoming a paid subscriber today.
Do you think we are doing enough to stand against white Christian Nationalism in our churches and the political sphere?
If not and you’d like to learn more about the current landscape, you may want to tune into this free event.
“Understanding the threat of white Christian nationalism to American democracy today: Findings from the PRRI and Brookings Christian Nationalism Survey”
Here’s how the organizers describe it:
The rising influence of white Christian nationalism in some circles of American politics is posing a major threat to the health of our democracy and our culture. A new PRRI/Brookings survey of more than 6,000 Americans takes a closer look at the underpinnings of white Christian nationalism, providing new measures to estimate the proportion of Americans who adhere to and reject Christian nationalist ideology. The survey also examines how Christian nationalist views intersect with white identity, anti-Black sentiment, patriarchy, antisemitism, anti-Muslim sentiments, anti-immigrant attitudes, authoritarianism, and support for violence. Additionally, the survey explores the influence Christian nationalism has among our two political parties and major religious subgroups today.
I’ll be joining Robert P. Jones, E.J. Dionne, Pete Wehner, and Kristin Kobes DuMez on a panel discussing the findings.
It’s happening on Wednesday, February 8 at 10 am ET.
If you’re in the D.C. Metro Area, I’d be glad to see you in-person at the event. You can also tune in online, but registration is required.
Hope to see you there!