Well it could ultimately be a good thing. Like the Ukrainians and the talks of the "Evangelical Synthesis", perhaps many of the Evangelical converts will actually gain greater familiarity with the Holy Scriptures and also begin to cultivate a greater inner investment into their faith and have it exist less as a "mere" cultural accident. After all of this takes place, then maybe the seeds will be sewn for a return to a more apostolic form of Christianity. The ones converting now may eventually become prodigal children. Not everything about these intrusions are bad, however. Of course I guess they could just lead people by the hand into secularism, which is the next stop on the Protestant express. First stop, "me and God". Second stop, "me."