Don't alienate your non-religious allies

Many religious and irreligious want the same things when it comes to improving the conditions of life for their fellow human beings. Religious conviction does not make a person morally superior. It doesn't even make a person moral. What does, funnily enough, is acting morally. All people concerned about the state of the nation should contribute to public debate and serve as examples in the community. It serves no one and progresses nothing to alienate your allies by denigrating their moral integrity - Emily Maguire

Don't alienate your non-religious allies

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