The news hook is a couple of new surveys that show fewer Americans identifying as religious or attending church on a regular basis.
This guy thinks that's a bad thing because: "There is no guarantee at all that those who leave religious institutions and traditions behind will end up on the liberal left."
The only other "danger" he seems to see is that religious people are going to be "persecuted" by the secularists, for which he offers a couple of weak anecdotes.
Well, I guess there's not much to discuss here, but what do you think?
A post-religious America will be very different from the country we've known up until quite recently. Not all (or even many) of the changes will be improvements.