I'm going to post a few other excerpts from the article and respond to them here:
"Whatever the reason, I feel compelled to respond to some of the disagreements.
Before doing so, I want to note the respectful tone that permeated virtually every one of the disagreeing columns. We have enough cannibals on the left without conservatives eating each other up."
The reason Dennis got mostly respectful comments is not because there are no cannibals on the right. Rather, they are on your side and will agree with what you say. I've seen plenty of conservatives disagree with the God Emprah for a variety of reasons, and they frequently get denounced as beta cucks by the same racists that your "university" often makes videos about insisting they are exclusively a left wing phenomenon.
"[Jonah Goldberg's] book leads to one conclusion: We are fighting fascism. How is that not a civil war?"
You sound disturbingly like the members of Antifa who feel justified in initiating violence against anyone they disagree with, because Hitler.
"First, I have indeed dedicated much of my life to advocating for morality for ethical monotheism as the only way to achieve a moral world; for raising moral children (as opposed to concentrating, for example, on raising “brilliant” children); and for the uniquely great Judeo-Christian moral synthesis developed by the Founding Fathers of America."
Dennis, for the vast majority of Christian history, there has been no "Judeo-Christian". Christians persecuted Jews, and Jews were hated by many mainstream Christians even throughout much of American history (although the men referred to as the Founding Fathers were personally more tolerant of the Jews). Judeo-Christian is a buzzword that Christian fundamentalists made up to give their movement the illusion of diversity. The majority of Jews are liberal, so what you call "Judeo-Christian" has nothing to do with the "Judeo".
Finally, regarding the quote that was posted here on FSTDT, I'd really love for Dennis to define this vague "evil" he speaks of.