Hoge points to the evangelical forces in Christianity, the rise of the Wahhabi movement in Indonesia, and the rise of fundamentalism in Hinduism and Judaism.
Why? The migration and movements of peoples has led many of them to question the surety of their identities.
Is Hoge right?
This might be an interesting debate in a world history or religion class.
The clip comes from a larger speech Hoge made about America and the world at the New School in 2010.