Wallace B. Henley on God, the Nations, and Nationalism: Naïve Globalism (Part 3)

Nationalism, for some critics, is the grotesque distortion of patriotism. They believe it to be a form of solipsism, the ultimate of egoism and overblown pride in a nation that might believe itself to be the only geopolitical entity that matters.

This is certainly the case with unhealthy nationalism.

However, in an intensively competitive world where rivalries could quickly flare into global nuclear conflict, nations must have confidence they are strong enough to meet the challenges.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Wallace B. Henley