By Kevin Brown Nicholas Fuentes is many things. He’s a young, politically engaged person who seems to possess some kind of sincere religious faith. He frequently elevates Christian culture, advocates for faith in the public realm, and defends traditional Christian beliefs with evangelical zeal. He is, says a close acquaintance, a “genuine believer.” Fuentes is also a white nationalist. Rising to popularity after attending the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Fuentes is strident in his criticism of multiculturalism,…