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I don't know that there's any sort of comparative defensiveness on the part of city dwellers (well, except maybe on MSNBC).
I personally stopped believing in its "holiness" when I was 15, upon reading its teaching that women were inferior to men.) So I've gone off on a tangent... Oh yeah, the last thing in the blurb from the Farmers Only site: "..cowboys and cowgirls who still live on the edge." OK, maybe this means that they're living on the edge of town, on the edge of "corporate society," or somesuch...
I suspect, though, that the wording is trying to make the younger farm-oriented folk who have cable and Internet and have thus seen attractive representations of what's available in the outside world -- but aren't quite up for whatever reason to pursuing anything outside of their comfort zone -- feel somehow "cool" and "edgy" despite their actual complete lack of "edginess." OH, by the way, RE "...values that were never lost by the farmers of our country.
) As for small-town or country Christianity: I was baptized a Lutheran, and attended various churches (either with family or friends) growing up: Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist (both Southern and Fundamentalist), Church of Christ, even Mormon (with my high-school boyfriend).
These were all pleasant places for me, focusing more on one's relationship with God rather than hatred toward others, as seen on TV today by more radical right-wing church groups. (This realization was akin to learning that there was no Santa.
After ten more long minutes her phone finally buzzed.