You said you can’t locate any.
but they are very common.
You decide your own narrative.
If I say there are streetlights and you deny they exist and I point it out that they do exist but you are choosing not to recognize them - that’s not a description of Critical Theory Method.
But again, congratulations on diverting attention from coming to terms within yourself of your own understanding of your own beliefs and putting attention onto finding a fault with an external person.
I’m not blind to these - but to me they are cut from the same cloth of extremism as door to door prosletysers. I’m not being selective. I can also ask such people questions. I saw an antivax demonstration near my house two the weekends ago (Jill Biden was visiting a HS near my home). I can easily ask the same people (who seemed to be a mix of both extremes of the spectrum) “Do you literally believe that there is tracking technology in the vaccines?” or pick any other group with some kind of literal mythic concept. Illuminati, whatever. Greenpeace. Sure.
Again - who is building their world view about street corner Unicorns? Unicorns are considerably rarer than documented 3 in 20. Time and again - you are using hyperbole to divert away from the topic. The point you were making is that you can’t see them therefore they do not exist. When I point out they are common you swing to the hyperbolic extreme of people are making that the center of their universe.
Man, this really does seem to be a common thing with you.
Do you see it?
Thank you for finally admitting they do actually exist and are fairly common (3 out of 20 Christians in the US). This isn’t the basis of a world view about unicorns, just a statement of facts.
Now - back to the topic.
“Where will you be more likely to find this 15%. In an organized religion or outside of organized religion?” (I would guess A)
“What percentage of Christians participate in organized religion?” (I would guess very low)
“If you are in an organized religion, what percentage of that group would be Mythic Literal?” (I would guess a very high percent)
So what I am saying is:
That 15% percent is disproportionately represented in organized Christian Churches. While in the general Christian population on the street they may be 15% literal mythic, when you actually go into Church this percentage will just be higher. I doubt if Literal Mythic are LESS likely to go to Church and participate in organized religion. If you don’t want to recognize it, that’s your choice. It’s just taking your own number and using a bit of logical reasoning - not Critical Theory Method or anything else.