That was very well put and I suspect it’s what’s mostly behind interfaith-dialogue initiatives.

The great theistic religions have in common a way of understanding reality that is fundamentally at odds with secularism, and thus can feel more threatened by it than by their individual differences. Faced with the ever-growing menace of secularism (a “naïve” o “perverse” alternative) they can disregard their differences (which under this light can be deemed superficial) to, united, present a stronger front to resist their common enemy.

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