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Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., stated on Monday, July 10, at the National Conservatism Conference that America's recovery hinges on religion.

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Josh Hawley declares at convention he is ‘advocating christian nationalism’

Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., stated on Monday, July 10, at the National Conservatism Conference that America’s recovery hinges on religion. Hawley emphasized the decline of the West’s Christian legacy, advocating for a return to a God-centered worldview to preserve the country’s values. The senator also promoted the idea of a new Christian nationalism centered around Christian ideals as essential for the nation’s future. Hawley’s speech received criticism on social media, saying that the senator broke his constitutional oath by advocating for a merging of church and state.

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