The Piety of the Impious - Quillette

The author writes about the apparent religiosity of the current secular movements. Similar to what McWhorter has written, and to whom he references,[1] the author explores the metaphysics and ethics of the movement. Notably, he traces its connection to and adoption of Christian theological categories, all while lacking mercy and forgiveness. The analysis is helpful and is noting, as mentioned, facets of the current ideas that other critics are seeing. Notably, he does briefly touch on the postmodern soteriology and eschatology inherent in their efforts and ideas.


  1. See Our Oppressive Moment - Quillette. ↩︎