It is vastly different from the society our forefathers fought and died for, and it seems the rising generation are blind to the dangers ahead posed by this takeover of the West by the rampaging mob of sex-obsessed. secularism and selfishness.
Christians have had to live in these sorts of times in the past (Daniel's time for instance) and will continue to survive and flourish because God is still God and He looks after His people, no matter what may happen this side of heaven. But as a Christian one of the most worrying things about the rapid changes is that the new regime of spiritual darkness constructs all sorts of walls around itself, making it incredibly difficult to communicate, debate, discuss and propose alternative worldviews.
In the big scheme of things I suspect it is only a temporary problem, and one we have seen before throughout human history, but it is never an easy period. The once bright West has seemingly overnight become a spiritual wastleland in full rebellion to, and in open war with, God. Nothing good can come from that.
Humans long for freedom. The secular tyrants who have taken over the West cannot keep people from seeking God, nor can they do anything to stop God from gathering His people.
From a human stand-point, people will not give up their freedoms willingly. The fight to liberate the West is already under way, with pockets of resistance forming and preparing around the world. Like the "Berlin Wall", and the "Iron Curtain," walls can be torn down. So we wait to see when and how these great secular walls (especially the rainbow-colored ones) are toppled, as they inevitably will be.
In the mean time the message of freedom, the great proposition we call the "Gospel," which pulls down personal walls, transforms lives, families, communities and nations will continue to be spread and people will continue to be saved. And no matter what happens to our society or our culture, for a human being made new by Jesus Christ, the best is yet to come.