A few of cindik's points about the treatment of gays apply to my question without much modification. For example,
- There would be no tax benefits extended to churches.
- Some judges would use a parent's Christian beliefs as a reason to deny custody, questioning their moral character.
- Christian groups on college campuses would routinely have their signs ripped down and receive threats from other students.
- Christians would be regarded as morally deficient, evil people, lacking in even basic human goodness.
- Atheists might regularly go door-to-door proselytizing to Christians.
- Raising children to be Christian would be viewed as a serious abrogation of parental responsibility.
- Persons convicted of criminal offenses would receive shorter sentences and be eligible for early release if they rejected their Christian beliefs.
- Christians would be under tremendous pressure to keep their Christianity hidden for fear of being ostracized by their families and assaulted by strangers.
- Christians could be fired from their jobs simply for being Christian and would have little legal recourse.
- Virtually every negative event would be blamed on Christians.