Today we hear the term moral equivalency being bandied about. Apparently, it follows along with identity politics and it is nurturing divisiveness. Its position is: "I am right and you are wrong. Why? If you have to ask that question, you are a fool!" This mode of operation is the natural outcome of a Godless society, where man plays God - the lawgiver, the all-knowing, etc.
Religious institutions have not been exempt from such tomfoolery. The more material the religion, the more Godless it is - again, where man acts in the name of God, the false prophet spoken of in the Bible.
In the early history of America, "One nation under God" was the outcome of enlightment, not of some religious institution. It was recognized as a necessity because the rampant divisiveness of the young country was ripping it apart.
Today the current moral "confusion worse confounded" is crying out for a higher platform than what man has to offer. That platform comes through revelation: "God is incorporeal, divine, supreme, infinite Mind, Spirit, Soul, Principle, Life, Truth, Love."(S&H) This is enlightenment, not the platform of organized religion!