People like you are so amusing, because while you are very good at deconstructing other people’s quasi-religious narratives, you fail to see the religious nature of your own ideology. In what universe is “equitable social support to the diversity of our planetary peers” mandated by evolutionary biology or the laws of physics? Don’t you see that thoughtforms like “tolerance”, “diversity”, “democracy”, “equality”, etc. are purely constructs of your imagination, and when you ascribe magical powers to them you are doing *precisely* the same thing that other priests do with their scripture? Is this world not a brutal, amoral, endless struggle for power, which rewards aggression, creativity and intelligence above all? I have never seen you write a single line which acknowledges this reality, which suggests to me that you are as delusional and religious as any Christian. Techno-transcendentalism may be quasi-religious, but at least it acknowledges that there is no inherent moral order to the world, and that technology and power trumps morality. I’m still awaiting your deconstruction of your own quasi-Christian moralism, or your derivation of your ideology from first principles in a godless, amoral universe.I am far from thinking that equitable social support to the diversity of our planetary peers is "mandated by evolutionary biology or the laws of physics." I do not advocate faith of all things, but social struggle for democratization, equity-in-diversity, and sustainability. I think that is the right thing to do if we want to live in a world that embraces the real worth of the diversity of our peers and has a chance at solving the shared problems that beset us. That doesn't make my view "quasi-religious" it just makes me not an asshole.
The differences between tolerance and intolerance, diversity and conformity, equity and inequity are far from insubstantial "thoughtforms" -- although of course they connect to various ideologies -- they are living material practical realities in the world, with real consequences in actual lives. If you really consign them as you say to "magic" or cant -- rather than this just being some anonymous coward's bullshit bloviation in a blog's comments -- then you should probably be consigned to an asylum before you end up consigned to a prison cell.
Christianity is far from the only tradition to contribute a measure to secular equitable convivial multiculture -- and there are strains in that tradition that have contributed as well to contrary efforts, that's for sure -- but that is a very long and complex story for more serious, more good faith interlocutors than you are (or at least for students who pay for the privilege of learning it). Still, I suppose it is nice to find yet another among so many confirmations of the structural connection between the Robot Cult and the ugliest kind of reactionary politics and sociopathic personalities.