There is a reason why God opposed democracy in the Old Testament and the New Testament.
God forbade believers from having a democratic form of government, because the Holy Bible cannot be negotiated by majority vote.
The Holy Bible is absolutely right even if only one person believes it and vote for it, and everyone else votes against it.
God opposes democracy for a reason. Looking at the moral degeneration of the United States of America, it is understandable why God opposed democracy as a legitimate form of government for Christian societies in the Old Testament and the New Testament.
Democracy is structurally prone to degeneration because it wants to elevate the “fundamental rights” of human beings as being “equal”, when the Holy Bible is fundamentally opposed to equality of everyone (such as husband’s status vis-a-vis the wife in marriage or women’s ordination).
Democracy is incompatible with Christianity, and this is clear from the political discourse using “equality” and “fundamental rights under democracy” to legitimate homosexuality in society.
It is important that Christian theologians at Baptist seminaries and other Christian seminaries highlight and explain why the Holy Bible never endorses democracy or “equality” as a “fundamental right”.