This Response to Mary Nobles Hancock's Note explains Christian nationalism, and argues that government sponsored Christian prayers reflect and exacerbate Christian nationalism. It further contends that to help curb Christian nationalism and its ill effects, legislative prayers ought to cease entirely. Such a result is most in keeping with the Establishment Clause goal of avoiding a caste system based on religious belief.
Recommended CitationCaroline Mala Corbin, Christian Legislative Prayers and Christian Nationalism, 76 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 453 (2019).
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