Evidence that American Christians are generally more American than Christian, and that opposition to the “radical religious right” is basically a mopping-up operation: Unbelieving ‘born-agains’. Most born-agains reject the Trinity and consider salvation a matter of living a good life. A third or more deny the Resurrection, and accept premarital cohabitation and same-sex unions. All is not lost, however—half of all atheists and agnostics believe in the soul, heaven, hell, and life after death, and one out of eight believes that accepting Jesus Christ as savior brings immortality. Is this a new sort of super-ecumenism?