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The problem with the OP is that religion and religious are terms that cannot be defined.
Some religions have no deity.
Many secular philosophies are still built on ideals and can be closely, passionately held.
It's an impossible mish-mash.
The truth is that morality is an individual matter and yes, one can be be quite moral by one's own standards for morality.
So, yes, I can recycle and pay taxes and give to charity and volunteer at the soup kitchen and remain faithful to my spouse, but I have no problem with abortion.
So who is to be the judge?
I don't see it even needing be said that secular families are moral.
Learning to operate in a society has been part of civilization for eons.
They demean atheists as "immoral"...to make themselves feel superior. Like their "Saved Not Perfect" line....which if you look at it another way is them saying "I may not be perfect, but I'm saved...so I'm better than YOU, you non-believer"...which ironically means that that line, which is supposed to deny they are "holier-than-thou"...
proves they are just that.
^^^How this Thread is totally lost its focus!
OBTW I am not Christian.
Laughter is good for the Soul.