The existence of a common basis for reason is often overlooked as a source of freedom. In our individualistic way of thinking about and defining freedom, we too often want to believe that being without boundaries is the definition of freedom.
Whether one wants to admit it or not, the ideals of the rule of law first developed in an environment that held a biblical worldview.
Christianity has nothing to fear from attacks or alternative points of view. It should be ready and willing to accept any intellectual challenge because, when all the information is stacked up, no other worldview can account for it all.
Whenever we think we understand what an ideologue is saying it is usually at the precise moment that we have no concept of what they're saying.
If ever there was a clear and undeniable example of Marx's conception of alienation, then the collection and use of user data by the big tech corporations is that example.