#Trinary Covenant

On Mitt Romney and American Theodemocracy

If Mitt Romney as presidential candidate is driven by a religious – indeed, prophetic and messianic – mission too closely held and too easily misunderstood for public words, then its essential convergence with the politics of the Republican right would be of more than biographical, cultural, or esoteric interest: It amounts to the consolidation of a new theo-political establishment waiting only for a mass-electoral mandate.

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Americanist Christianity – continuing the discussion

I’m still completing a new post somewhat “spun off” from the last one, so don’t want to get too far ahead of myself, but I’d like to note Lee M.’s reply “American henotheism revisited,” in which he introduces what I agree is an important distinction, perhaps the crux of the matter.

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