It seems as though I am part of this symptom, according to the insightful analysis of one Ross Wolfe:

This is of a piece with broader attempts by some Marxists to accommodate reactionary anti-capitalist movements that take their inspiration from religion, whether this takes the form of apologia for “fanaticism” (Alberto Toscano’sFanaticism),[48] “fundamentalism” (Domenico Losurdo’s “What is Fundamentalism?”),[49] or “theology” (Roland Boer’s trilogy On Marxism and Theology).[50]  These efforts to twist Marxism into a worldview that is somehow compatible with religious politics ought to be read as a symptom of the death of historical Marxism and the apparent absence of any alternative.

O ye of little faith …