Greetings in that Divine and Most Precious Name of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
That makes as little sense as your previous statement on this thread. Just what are you trying to say?
I grew up with Baptists from the South. I also am well versed in their history. Before the Civil War, a lot of Baptists, as the OP article discussed, were rather Calvinist, and so basically accepted the social order of slavery and racism as Divinely Ordained. When the War came, these felt like it was the Devil trying to destroy God's way of life. Those scars still run deep, even as expressed by some Orthodox members of this forum which is why I don't want to dig to deep here. This is partially what drove Jim Crow, because folks were trying to reassert and reaffirm this Divinely Ordained social order, so when the Civil Rights movement came, the Baptists (and many other Southern religious institutions) were the most fierce opponents, and a lot of the Civil War era rhetoric even resurfaced, which again, is discussed by the OP post.
Hence the connection, the way Orthodox feels the Latins first attacked, and then the Turks gave the coup de grace to the Orthodox social order of Byzantium, so to did many Baptists mourn and scorn the end of Slavery and Jim Crow which for them, were Divine Institutions