It goes back to the 1300s actually and not just non-Christian people are affected; we all are. Often in subtle but meaningful ways. The understanding of the meaning of “patriotism” is involved. When one has this privilege, less exertion is needed than for non-white non-Christians. Though we like to think of ourselves as having real religious freedom, according to our guest author Khyati Joshi in her new book White Christian Privilege, we are not all as free to practice our faith. And Christians are not free from the impact.

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