I am not exactly sure what the author means by the highlighted phrase above, but I think the author means "insulating" those who deny or ignore "the truth" from the disaster of the consequences those decisions will include which may even be death.
The bottomline is Christian's over the years have voted for politicians that have created a government safety net system that insulates fellow citizens who do not follow the truth from experiencing the hardship of their actions and subsequently, others adopt that same behavior because there is no negative consequence.
If you want the "cultural crisis" to go away, quit subsidizing it.
How many union member, Catholics voted for Democrats to be U.S. Senators during the 1950's and 1960's who then confirmed the judges that gave us Roe v. Wade?
How many U.S. Jews did the same thing as the Catholics for the reason of getting U.S. dollars to Isreal?
How many black citizens voted for Democrats as U.S. Senators who then confirmed the judges that gave us Roe v. Wade in order to get a expand the welfare state?
And you are surprised by the sudden change in the U.S. culture to the culture of death?
How many U.S.
Jews Protestant evangelicals did the same thing as the Catholics for the reason of getting continued U.S. dollars to Isreal?
black evangelical citizens voted for Democrats as U.S. Senators who then confirmed the judges that gave us Roe v. Wade did their best to destroy federalism in order to get and expand the welfare state? pander to the pro-life movement (well meaning folks mind you) in order to gain votes?
And you are surprised by the sudden change in the
U.S. culture to the culture of death Republicans' understanding of limited government to that of 'as long as we're in control'?
I find your statements offensive. These folks are no different than those that continually, incessantly, and wrongly continue voting blindly as long as a person has the right letter by their name. They are all citizens of their respective states who vote based on what the government can give, supply, or provide for their current need or desire. No different. And the issues I've mentioned done by the Republicans will do as much if not more harm to the ideals of the Framers, federalism, and a continued slide in this nation of states than anything done by the groups you mention