Nothing is easier than to identify one's own favorite political, economic, historical, and moral convictions with the gospel. That gives one a neat, convenient, but altogether too easy advantage over one's fellows. If my ideas are the true ones--and I certainly will not entertain them if I suspect for a moment that they are false!--then, all truth being one, they are also the gospel, and to oppose them is to play the role of Satan.
This is simply insisting that our way is God's way and therefore, the only way. It is the height of impertinence.
Nibley, "Beyond Politics", _BYU Studies_ 1974