The Founding Myth Review

If you follow me on Instagram, then you know that this week I finished Andrew Seidel’s book The Founding Myth: Why Christian Nationalism is Un-American. As is my custom, that means it’s time for a book review! I’m particularly excited about this one, because The Founding Myth is one of the few books that I have rated as five stars on Goodreads—and it’s one the most highly rated books on my whole shelf!

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Can States Endorse Religion?

Thanks to Andrew Seidel’s book The Founding Myth, I have spent the last few weeks more perturbed than usual about the mixing of church and state. It’s always bothered me, but this book, and a few other factors, have started to really make me angry that the Constitution is so frequently broken by people who are trying to rewrite American history into something that it isn’t.

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Why the Christian Persecution Complex Hurts Everyone

To me, the Christian persecution complex is one of the great marvels of American society. It truly is amazing. I’ve talked about it before, most notably here, where I gave four examples of how Christians in America are oh, so persecuted. That post was clearly meant to be satire, but it’s the kind of satire where the topic was so absolutely absurd that trying to laugh about it is the only way to not lose my mind talking about it. Continue reading “Why the Christian Persecution Complex Hurts Everyone”