7th paragraf down, in the original Kathleen Parker article posted, above. It's in the material that was chopped off by the excerpting.
My link was to the ChristianExodus.org webpage, which KP's column described as follows:
For our second disclaimer, we note that Islam doesn't have a corner on fanaticism. Sometime next year, South Carolinians can look forward to an influx of "conservative Christians" who intend to migrate and saturate the state with voters whose aim is to replace the U.S. Constitution with the Ten Commandments. Or urge secession.
Leader Cory Burnell (christianexodus.org) has conceded that "People are going to call us crazy," and he's right. But so far, he's only urging that followers adhere to the Ten Commandments, which among other things forbids killing other people. When he starts urging teens to strap on bombs and blow up children, we'll get back to you.
Meanwhile, he's unlikely to have much effect as Americans even South Carolinians who, admittedly, have a higher-than-average threshold for eccentricity don't hesitate to call a wacko a wacko. "Sit down and shut up" rolls off the tongue in our self-correcting culture, especially when the targets are white Christians.
Okay...but that has nothing to do with the FSP. The FSP is in NH.