How does one kill God? If God is merely an idea, one might could prove that the idea is merely a figment of our imagination, the result being that God has been killed.
This diluted form of idolatry is implied by my reference to The Neverending Story and the sociology of religion; in both, a non-material person’s reality depends on the act of belief by a group of people. If the will to believe disappears, so does the transcendent person.
This also crops up in the Arthurian legends, as the idea that the pagan gods were replaced in the hearts of the people, and hence destroyed, because of a clever PR campaign by the Christian church.
This is expressed nowadays in political terms. If the voters lose their will to believe in the Republican Party, it will die, and the assertion is that along with it will die conservatism, Christianity, and civilization itself.
I say that if losing faith in a political party means the death of a political, religious, or cultural dogma, then let it die. What survives will be closer to the eternal. This thesis is sometimes known as Christian anarchism.
It seems to me, though, by the Secular Axiom of Vox, which claims that secularism is impotent against Islam, if we don’t get a grip on things, under Islamic control atheists along with feminists will go the way of the dodo bird.
I’m not sure what the concern is here. Are you an investor in this company?
The Secular Axiom, as you present it, is silly. For most people, the choice is to beat the folly out of them or tempt them away from it with a greater folly. According to the Luxenberg Proposition, the US counterterrorism effort should be led by the California Raisins. From that perspective, an aggressive secular marketing effort that integrates traditional indigenous cultural artifacts and tasty modern treats would probably be the most successful at destabilizing the Mohammedans.