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Religious beliefs among white nationalists are shifting: Some white nationalist and white supremacist groups are gravitating towards neo-Pagan religions, like Odinism, while others are following a national trend of rising secularism and leaving behind theism altogether.

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Religious beliefs among white nationalists are shifting: Some white nationalist and white supremacist groups are gravitating towards neo-Pagan religions, like Odinism, while others are following a national trend of rising secularism and leaving behind theism altogether.

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Though many white supremacist groups claim a Christian Identity, a St. Lawrence University professor studying the emerging white nationalist movement finds this relationship between far-right extremism and Christianity is changing. Some groups are gravitating towards neo-pagan religions, like Odinism, while others are following a national trend of rising secularism and leaving behind theism altogether.

Damon Berry, author of "Blood and Faith: Christianity in American White Nationalism"
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