Mark Dever, in a message on politics that some have called the best message on politics and Dever's finest sermon, made an insightful comment regarding the "unhitching" of Christianity from national identity. He argued that Christianity, by definition, is international. In other words, we should use caution in identifying it too closely with a particular nation or people.
To make this point memorable he said the following: "Christians are, by God's grace, like cockroaches; we can survive anything."
To read the rest of the sermon, click here: Mark 12:13-17