Pro-life Christians and pro-life atheists have just as much right as pro-choice individuals to work to see their abortion views become law, regardless of any religious motivations involved.
Christians can sin not only in being carried along by the whims of culture, but also in saying only what’s popular within our group.
If you only value the potential lives saved through gun control and not through abortion restrictions, it seems you’re more concerned with protecting your issue over lives.
If you don’t want someone telling you how to live your life, you aren’t actually fine with Jesus. He spent much of His ministry leading people to change how they live.
God is calling us home and may use Wakanda or Narnia, Hogwarts or Middle Earth to stir our homesickness and point us onward.
C.S. Lewis details how patriotism can be a good and healthy sentiment, but it can also turn into idolatry without our realizing.