Christian Nationalism in America, Hungary, and Germany: A Comparative Perspective

Dec 15, 2022
American Trucking Association Conference Room
430 First St SE
Washington, DC 20003
United States
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Event Speakers

Benjamin Klutsey

Director of the Program on Pluralism and Civil Exchange, The Mercatus Center

Mark David Hall

Herbert Hoover Distinguished Professor of Politics, George Fox University

Lilla Nóra Kiss

Post-Graduate Visiting Research Fellow, Antonin Scalia Law School

Tobias Cremer

Junior Research Fellow (Religion and the Frontier Challenges), Pembroke College Oxford

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There has been a great deal written about the dangers of Christian nationalism in America and Hungary, but much of the literature greatly exaggerates the threat. Our panel will offer serious definitions of Christian nationalism, discuss how it may be measured, and analyze the extent to which it is a problem in the United States, Hungary, and Germany. Audience members will come away with a much better understanding of the phenomenon.