Well, actually I am an American by citizenship and birth- of the United States of America, I mean. I guess I don't quite see eye to eye with C.S. Lewis on this, and more in the line of Anabaptist thinkers and others that my identity as a Christian is at the heart of who I am and the nationality part is an aside, particularly when we consider that in Jesus, we're in the world but not of it.
I don't post this to diminish my country or any country of which we Christians are citizens. For all our faults there is still much good America has done and still is doing in the world. All nations have their place in God's working, and we need to render to them their due. Always remembering that the true King of kings and Lord of lords to whom all will answer in the end is Jesus.
What thought might you like to add to this thought?