Well, my teeth are all intact and I don't recall any wailing, but one thing I notice about the extremists anywhere is the degree that they resort to overstatement.
As for whether or not requiring specific Christian litmus tests pertaining to the Bible or the Ten Commandments leads to theocracy, I wonder what you would say if a USSC justice were required to proclaim the Koran as supreme and that Allah is the God to whom they commit his fealty.
The Founders understood that no laws should be suffered that violate the Laws of Nature and Nature's God. They also understood that man's duty to God is pre-eminent.
And they also knew from personal experience the dangers inherent in such things as "tests" for higher office. And thank God they were wise enough to keep the government out of it and let man maintain his duty to God. The two are not in conflict, but only when a person wants to infuse the government with particular religious principles and requirements for its officials.
You are an extremist by that definition because of your chicken little crying wolf about the "Christian Taliban" wants to establish theocracy in the USA. You will fail in your secular extremist quest to turn the war on terror into a bolshevik war on religion.
The founders understood that Americans have a right to prefer Christians for our leaders.