I don't have the energy to rewrite it all. But my major point was that I disagree that everyone has a superiority complex, and in fact, I gave a compelling argument for my belief that the (at least in THIS country) fundamentalist christians have a stronger superiority complex than those with other beliefs.
I do see your point, and I concede that the visible
fundamentalist Christians in this country do have a superiority complex. Who else can trash the judiciary without repercussion or suggest the assassination of a foreign leader?
BUT, I don't think it's fair to say that all
Christians behave in this manner, because that is entirely false. I believe the vast majority don't.
I guess I don't mean to say that everybody has a superiority complex, but that every viewpoint does to some extent. As future lawyers, we all will advocate one side to the best of our abilities, that is the system in this country. The visible leaders of any group suggest that their opinion is the one and only opinion, because to do otherwise (in their view) would be to weaken their position.
I like it when people work together, and I think they should, even fundamental Christians!