The treatment the fast food restaurant has received for its “pervasive Christian traditionalism” is getting old and tired. Just a few days ago, an article was published in The New Yorker discussing the “infiltration” of a certain fast food brand throughout Manhattan: Chick-fil-A. The headline says they are creepy, but probably not in the way that some people talk about, say immigrant restaurants, since The New Yorker would be above such disparagement. But, Chick-fil-a is run by evangelicals who hold evangelical beliefs, which makes all the difference. Of course, some of the article is about its fried chicken and creative…