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Christians have prioritized toxic tribal loyalties (nation, race, political party, etc.) over their morals and values.
Excessive tribalism, in general, is bad.
The Christian community has a history of tribalist tendencies, or, at least, Christian teaching has been used to promote them, thus presenting evidence for a pattern of behavior.
In this tribalism, Christians are acting contrary to Gospel teaching and damaging the Church's reputation in the secular community.
Christian morals descend from an absolute belief in the wrongness of every other faith, causing all other worldviews to be automatically immoral.
Christianity is a tribe.
As the bible contradicts other worldviews, calls for violence against others, and preaches suffering for non-believers, it demands tribal conflict.
Tribalism isn't a moral position and can relate in any number of ways to societal values and therefore does not exist in a priority list with morality or values.
Christians have not excessively prioritized these things (race, nation, political affiliation, etc.).
Christians believe many of the same things so isn't it reasonable that they will vote the same way or support the same institutions
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