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Religious Nationalism 

In American Politics

Religious nationalism is a concept where the identity and commitments of a nation are closely tied to a specific religious beliefs and practices. It merges the concepts of national identity and religious adherence, suggesting that the nation's character and its political power are inherently linked to a particular religious tradition. This can manifest in various ways, such as laws and policies that reflect religious doctrines, the promotion of religious symbols in public spaces, or the integration of religious teachings in educational system. At its core, this is where Faith and Politics meet so we wanted to present a collection of interviews we've had  that address this topic. 

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