The standard practice of labeling Christians as progressive, liberal, radical, conservative, traditional or whatever else has been rendered obsolete. As far as I'm concerned, the successful global totalitarian coup of 2020 has cleaved Christians into two distinct camps: System Christians and Non-System Christians.
Generally speaking, System Christians adhere to the fundamental necessity of the System in fulfilling and promoting the establishment of heaven on earth, which they believe to be Christianity's primary goal. The focus on this-worldliness tends to render the afterlife as little more than an afterthought in the minds of most System Christians.
System Christians aim to work within the institutional, organizational, and bureaucratic frameworks the System offers because they are convinced "good works" can only be achieved through such means.
System Christians believe the divine mission of Christianity is somehow wedded to the System and that Christianity possesses the power to transform the System into an earthly kingdom of God. System Christians yearn to secure a place at the global governing table of public-private partnership in order to help manifest this vision (presuming they honestly believe in the vision).
System Christians outsource their thinking entirely to the System and its latest flavor of leftism. Thus, any input they offer the System rarely, if ever, rises above the level of echoing or parroting the System's output; more specifically, the trending and topical talking points, platitudes, and plans surrounding issues such as climate change, anti-racism, equity/equality, reformed capitalism, mass migration, etc.
System Christians welcome and strive after titles, positions, and careers within the various branches of the System as well as ample opportunities to appear in media, participate in think tanks, sit as members in councils and institutes, and so on.
System Christians are drawn to and driven by altruistic impulses like the universal love of humanity and are often enamored by materialist, communistic ideologies. The universal love of humanity System Christians carry before them like a banner entails the near-universal tolerance of evil and sin - because judgmental is the one thing System Christians do not want to be perceived as, provided this does not pertain to anything opposed to the System, in which case System Christians will feel obliged to judge with extreme prejudice.
System Christians do not believe in "rendering unto Caesar the things that are Caeser's, and unto God the things that are God's". In their minds, it is far more lucrative and efficient to render God and the things that are God's unto the System.
That last line above sums up System Christian well. All System Christians put the System before God. For some, the System has become a god.
The big problem with System Christians is quite obvious - the System they follow is directly and purposively opposed to God.
Hence, when the Antichrist does emerge, it will likely be from within the folds of System Christianity.
The other side of Christianity is occupied by a presumably much smaller number of Non-System Christians, but I'll leave delving into that for another day.