After reflecting a bit about the answers I got, I've come to the conclusion that these languages and paradigms don't matter. No paradigm wins because none is substantially better. The tools/libraries etc are much more important.
There might be a time where we see a new paradigm emerge victorious (like in the transition from machine code/assembly to procedural). Or maybe programming will stop existing and we'll just have A.I.
It's like the advice someone gave about whether to choose Python or Ruby. He said: toss a coin, and then choose the language that you wished that the coin had landed on.
An interesting YouTube vid I saw some time ago was by Jerry Sussman: "We do not know how to compute".