If they took Christianity seriously enough to understand what you are saying Conservationist, their hearts might indeed be lightened, their vision cleared, their ego humbled.
I don't know if I even believe in the division between religions anymore. They are all successive approximations of a truth found only in reality, which I as a monist see as not divided into natural/supernatural but layers of a complex, multidimensional, mind-correlative system. The point of my belief is Platonic monism, which suggests a more "scientific" religion along the lines of The Perennial Philosophy or Advaita-Vedanta, but as both of those sects are careful to make clear, it can be found in any other spiritual "dialect" as well. I will never tolerate any religious viewpoint which is incompatible with, say, the Order of Nine Angles
and The Bhagavad-Gita
, which cuts me out of mainstream Christianity -- and mainstream Buddhism, Hinduism, all Wiccanism, etc. My belief as a Perennialist is compatible with Odinism and certain visions of Christianity which retain their essential 'pagan' belief and moral system, which is what Perennialism is all about. It's also inherently Evolan. I think people are freaking out because I refuse to join the simplistic, appearance-based trends that are designed for participation ("let's all gang up on group B, because we're group A! GO TEAM!") instead of accuracy.
This website has always prided itself on being realistic and avoiding the pitfalls of existence. Well, 'scientism' is one of those pitfalls, are are dualism and altruistic morality. Avoid those and you'll be fine, no matter what labels you stick on it.
In the meantime, the great black metal crusade against Christianity has failed. The black metallers approved of the war, then became good pious liberals and went off to their tool-like day jobs where they became perfect consumers, and now they're either record collecting or watching football games. They contributed no change other than justifying the path of Globalism, which mixes egalitarianism/atheism/multiculturalism/consumerism/materialism/atomization/socialism into one handy system called liberal democracy. When they embraced the image, they went too far, and then they fell all over themselves recanting.
Remember the bold NSBM racists and their complete sheeplike obedience? Or the "orthodox Satanic" bands like Watain that recycle 1970s horror movie lines as lyrics? Geez, I wonder why black metal now is so boring. Perhaps it's that these people are imitating the surface, not understanding the underlying belief, which wasn't Team A versus Team B so much as a sense of discovering a meaning outside of "Western" (post-French Revolution bastardization of Jewish and pagan thought) morality. Sometimes you must do evil to achieve good results. That's the summary. That's the truth which Christianity needs to embrace.
Waiting around for some mythical crusade to change the world because -- and you are fucking liberals if you believe this -- everyone suddenly "wakes up" and start participating, wow, well, that's a total fail and always will be. Don't compromise your beliefs, but get into the system, rise in it and change it. It will happen gradually but it happens, unlike the crazy jihad-thinking which will never fucking happen.