I am largely with Tigger on this. I too am unabashedly authoritarian, though I have not thought through any utopian theocratic authoritarian scheme as has he. I would have to side with Blackstone and agree that only until Christ returns that such a regime could be created. To me, respect in society ought to be based more on a persons adherence to God's will rather than how much money they make/stuff they own/women they can get/etc. However, piety can be too easy to fake, masking a dark and corrupt heart.
The brutal regimes of the Middle East are stifling and enforce shows of piety (a man cannot truly be Godly unless he chooses to be pious), but the carefree regimes of the U.S. and Europe corrupt the soul.
As a Christian, I am not sure which is worse.
"But this is got by casting pearl to hogs,
That bawl for freedom in their senseless mood,
And still revolt when Truth would set them free.
Licence they mean when they cry Liberty;
For who loves that must first be wise and good." --- John Milton