How the decline of religion is radicalizing the evangelical right
Levitz argues that as Americans become increasingly secular in their views, far-right evangelicals will respond in an authoritarian way — including voter suppression.
As a result, the movement is becoming forthrightly anti-democratic. On the one hand, the moral minority hopes to impose its will on the nation by judicial fiat. On the other, it aims to disenfranchise the heathen majority."
Hmm, perhaps and imo, Levitz may well be suffering from a form of Schitzlipz disease.
I.e. Schitzlipz disease = a severe impaction of faecal matter in the Rectum causing the highly pressurized faecal matter to reverse flow and exude from the mouth and over the lips continuously.
HOW, in the name of All things Reasonable and Logical can the Religious EVER hope to AGREE Rule the World when they still cannot AGREE whose God is the ONE True God?
Mmm I suppose it is animal nature to get a bit desperate if you’re losing, (unless you can see the bigger picture and accept or make peace with it). Unfortunately religion tends to be dogmatic in nature and so change is not an option for them in some ways/ some changes are non negotiable.
This attitude will probably speed up the process of the paradigm shift to non religious, which won’t be the worse thing in the world as long as there are still communities, supports and networks, which most people don’t thrive without.