Several opinions on the editorial page:
At this hour of stress and flux, illiberal demagogues instinctively sense that they can make inroads to the chambers of power by using appeals to base emotions by thumping on the Bible. The question for these would-be theocrats is which version of Christianity should prevail.
Division and strife are inevitable. It is one thing for this Supreme Court to permit prayer in a public arena or have government revenues used for religious organizations. But once they are called upon, as they eventually must, to decide which denomination has primacy, the court will grasp why the Constitution was framed as a secular instrument.
Todayís Christian nationalism has a long pedigree. The intense religiosity of 19th-century America was noted by observers as different as Tocqueville and Marx. Well into the 20th century, religious, ethnic and racial divisions were far more central to American politics than class conflict.
This woke yarn on "Christian Nationalism" amounts to the last woke paranoic conspiracy insanity.
Based on the Courtís recent decisions, one way we may be going is a recognition of the fact that the Religion Clauses protect religion from government intrusion. If that's the case, expect an expansion of religious freedom...