I think it's unjust to call this simple hypocrisy, although it is hypocrisy of the utterly sincere kind we see in the Pharisees. These hypocrites are not con-men. They are zealously convinced of their religion. It is what C. S. Lewis called the innocence of evil. They believe, these Christians, what their gods teach them. And all such religion in the world, the gods actually worshiped, simply do not see anything wrong with being zealous for God and given to any sort of depravity, because that religious devotion makes up for all that corruption.
Well, yes, I have been doing little boys in the Sandusky manner, but celebrating Mass and hearing confessions is service to God that makes up for that. Yes, the kids in our mission school are being beaten and raped, but we're proclaiming the gospel, so it's OK and indeed service to God to cover that up, because if we didn't - if we did the truth - the kingdom of God would be harmed because people wouldn't be believing our story about Jesus. No marvel that these Christoids bring the same mentality everywhere they go in the world in whatever they do, whether serving on the school board or higher political office, or in businesses like Amway, or whatever.
The faith that Jesus teaches has nothing in common with any of this. It is all about the truth and nothing else. In John 3, he said that the condemnation is this: that light comes into the world and men hate the light because their deeds are evil, something that he held to be the case when he was not yet on the scene personally. For Jesus it was not whether you professed to believe in him. In John 8, some of them believed in him, and then he said a few things to these believers in him, identifying them as sons of the devil, and they picked up stones to kill him.
When people came under condemnation for not believing him it was because, and only because, the truth before their face demanded that they believe in Jesus, and they could not, given what was before them, refuse to believe without denying the truth. Unfortunately, that's not what happens much these days. The reason people these days don't believe in Jesus is that the Jesus being presented to them is a lie. They're not disbelieving because they're rejecting the truth. They're disbelieving because they're rejecting religious garbage. In spite of appearances, Jesus and his gospel are not actually even coming into it.
The only God that any Christian has any business presenting is the God who is worshiped by receiving and doing the truth, and who is denied by walking in the lie, however zealous for God we may be. That doesn't happen much. I can't speak of other times in which I haven't lived, but I find this a very tough time to live, and most religious assemblies worse than useless. Paul wrote even in Corinth 1900 years ago that they were coming together not for the better but for the worse, and that sure hasn't stopped being true since he wrote it.