Mangan is a political reactionary, but at the same time a Darwinian atheist, and his blog tends to attract commenters of similar bent. But it also enjoys its fair share of smart Christian readers - so there's more worthwhile give & take than one might expect.
Anyway, Mangan & other Darwinian conservatives have been worrying lately about the widespread support of Christians for some of the worst excesses of modern political liberalism. Case in point: amnesty for illegal aliens.
From His Eminence Roger Mahony, Cardinal Archbishop of Los Angeles to the National Association of Evangelicals, Christians in leadership positions seem to be drawn to open borders like moths to the flame.
So could the weakness of Christians for suicidal multi-culti nonsense be deeply rooted in scripture? Like, for example, the parable of the good Samaritan? Or, more especially, Galatians 3:28:
"There is no longer Jew or Greek, there is no longer slave or free, there is no longer male and female; for all...are one in Christ Jesus."
More generally, was Nietzsche right when he wrote, in The Antichrist:
"The 'equality of souls before God,' this falsehood, this pretext for the rancor of all the base-minded, this explosive of a concept which eventually became revolution, modern idea, and the principle of decline of the whole order of society - is Christian dynamite..."