According to the FRC website, the authors
argue that the religious Right is not falling apart; rather it is growing, expanding, and being rejuvenated.
"What our critics see as 'splintering' is actually the growing pains that precede a healthy expansion," write Jackson and Perkins. "The movement is adapting to the changing political environment and broadening its ranks while holding firmly to the principles that have united us thus far."
Jackson and Perkins write that the religious Right has experienced significant growth in recent years, becoming more diverse in a number of important ways, from race to age to political affiliation; however, they conclude that unifying these coalitions has been and will continue to be a challenge to the religious Right.
I wonder why they capitalized Right, but not religious in those paragraphs.
Perhaps being Right is more important than being religious?
naw, probably just an intern.