The US Civil War as a Theological War: Confederate Christian Nationalism and the League of the South

@article{Sebesta2002TheUC,
  title={The US Civil War as a Theological War: Confederate Christian Nationalism and the League of the South},
  author={Edward H. Sebesta and E. Hague},
  journal={Canadian Review of American Studies},
  year={2002},
  volume={32},
  pages={253 - 283}
}
IntroductionFormed in Alabama in 1994, the League of the South is a nationalist organization that advocates secession from the United States of America and the establishment of a fifteen-state Confederate States of America (CSA) – four states more than seceded during the US Civil War (1861–1865), the additional states being Okla­homa, Missouri, Kentucky, and Maryland (Southern Patriot). With over ten thou­sand members, the League professes a commitment to constructing this new CSA based on a… Expand