"......"[Evolution] had little political effect until rapid urbanization in the 1920s in Europe and North America radically changed social structures and caused anxiety about moral standards among conservative Christians. In Europe, people found political or ethnic targets for these anxieties. But in the US, conservative Christians blamed belief in "godless evolution"........" [from: http://www.exmormon.org.uk/tol_arch/whyprophets/prophets/simple/creation.htm]
The concepts in bold underlined are perfectly clear and intellegible from the Biblical and Creationist perspective if we light them with the following excerpt taken from The Two Babylons of A. Hislop:
"...The exploits of Nimrod, therefore, in hunting down the wild beasts of the field, and ridding the world of monsters, must have gained for him the character of a pre-eminent benefactor of his race. By this means, not less than by the bands he trained, was his power acquired, when he first began to be mighty upon the earth; and in the same way, no doubt, was that power consolidated. Then, over and above, as the first great city-builder after the flood, by gathering men together in masses, and surrounding them with walls, he did still more to enable them to pass their days in security, free from the alarms to which they had been exposed in their scattered life, when no one could tell but that at any moment he might be called to engage in deadly conflict with prowling wild beasts, in defence of his own life and of those who were dear to him. Within the battlements of a fortified city no such danger from savage animals was to be dreaded; and for the security afforded in this way, men no doubt looked upon themselves as greatly indebted to Nimrod. No wonder, therefore, that the name of the "mighty hunter," who was at the same time the prototype of "the god of fortifications," should have become a name of renown. Had Nimrod gained renown only thus, it had been well. But not content with delivering men from the fear of wild beasts, he set to work also to emancipate them from that fear of the Lord which is the beginning of wisdom, and in which alone true happiness can be found....".
If you read the "Conservative Christians" as those men fearing God in the immediate after-Flood age, where records of Biblical events was still freshly transmitted from generation to generation, you not only understand how the "wild beasts" yesterday, the economical crisis hitting farm economy today, were and are used to push God-fearing people ("Conservative Christians") inside the Walls of the Cities where they praise the temporal 'deliverers' for having emancipated them from hunger and from the fear of God, but, underlining that word "conservative", also how much Darwinism and Evolutionism generally intended is simply a religious concept born after the fall of the Babel's tower.