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What Happens When Scholars of Orthodoxy Write about White Christian Nationalism
Ethics, Orthodoxy and Modernity

What Happens When Scholars of Orthodoxy Write about White Christian Nationalism

In December of last year, I wrote for Public Orthodoxy on the Philip Ludwell III Orthodox Fellowship, an effort that uses myth of the Lost Cause to evangelize the American South. Responses to my piece were robust and diverse. I enjoyed learning from many of the readers who engaged with my work. Yet some of…

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Orthodox America Has a Lost Cause Problem
Public Life

Orthodox America Has a Lost Cause Problem

For more than a decade, researchers have excavated the fascinating story of Philip Ludwell III, an Anglo-American convert to Orthodox Christianity who lived in colonial Virginia during the mid- to late-eighteenth century. A friend to Benjamin Franklin, cousin to Martha Washington, and a member of one of Virginia’s most established and well-connected planter families, Ludwell…

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