Why do I make an argument out of common ground? of matters of faith and politics?
I approach the matter like this: what is the truth?
Fraternity is not a means for salvation. As long as people are not challenging themselves to arrive at the truth, they are not seeking salvation.
The times in history when Islam was defeated, you have no claim to those.
And now you look at Europe, and you don't see their empty pews, because if you saw those you might accidentally see that you also leave one vacant.
You take all the easy arguments, and make those instead, proud as you are.
I have no use for secular commenters who feign respect for Christianity, but look at it us like a voting block pawn on a political chessboard.
Everything that is good in society was established by Christendom, but these pretend historians can't see it. Or worse yet, they attribute it to race.