It does have a view of marriage that I don’t share and you might not, either, but that St. Paul certainly did. (“As the Church is subordinate to Christ,” says his letter to the Ephesians, “so wives should be subordinate to their husbands in everything.”)

You know that favorite pro-choice rejoinder “If you don’t like abortion, don’t have one”? If deferring to your husband at home and speaking in tongues in prayer isn’t your brand of theological vodka, then don’t join the People of Praise, or any Pentecostal church in the world. But don’t be the kind of hypocrite who embraces only those differences that line up with your own cultural views.

Just as Biden is not coming for your guns or your suburbs, neither is he coming for your religious liberty. But could we please make sure Sen. Dianne Feinstein is aware, so she doesn’t repeat the folly of her 2017 “dogma lives loudly within you” gift to Republicans at Barrett’s confirmation hearing for her appointment to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals?