We don't know yet what the fallout will be after November 2016. If the movement perpetuates, the GOP will probably fail to recover. This may be the effectual end of the Two-Party duopoly.
For some that's good news indeed. I would share some reserved optimism if the United States had a parliamentary system but with its winner-take-all politics, the Electoral College and the way the parties caucus and form committees within the Congress... third parties have little hope in making a serious dent.
But frankly I don't really care about the political technicalities and the 'shop talk' of the strategists.
Spiritually speaking what will the breaking of the GOP mean?
On a negative note, it will likely lead to extremism and probably violence as more and more splinter groups stray toward the danger zone.
On a positive note, it may break the aspirations of the Christian Right. I'm being real optimistic here. But if the political potential is actually removed, maybe, just maybe some people will start to listen to some alternatives and consider that there are other ways of viewing these questions.
Trump is already dividing the Christian Right. Jerry Falwell Jr. has raised a great deal of ire in censoring his campus newspaper and rejecting anti-Trump editorials. It's his prerogative, it's a private school.
And yet, not everyone is happy with his Trumpolatry. There will be factions within the Christian Right that will reconsider Falwell and even more important Liberty University.
I would count it a great day to see that fraudulent institution collapse into obscurity. But that's not likely.
Of course there are many other options. This massive hydra isn't going to go away any time soon. But maybe some good will come out of the Trump fiasco. Fortress Christo-America's walls have been cracked and a few gates have been smashed.
That's good news. Maybe we can rescue some souls from the darkness and help them see that they've been deceived.