In my view, secular spaces for society and community to develop, where we can confess our personal beliefs and understand each other, are of central importance in out moment. For this to be possible:
We need to work against any notion or reality that installs atheism as a priveledged friend of secularism. Notice that many equivocate secular with atheist. That is an error that denies that secular spaces can be fair, but fairness is the guiding principle of secular here.
We need to dignify and protect honest disclosure of personal belief in the secular square, even and especially when we strongly disagree. Explaining and defending our own views is encouraged.
This dual secular-confessional square model is what Peaceful Science is built around. More and more I see Christians, Agnostics, and atheists engaging each other with kindness, respect, and honesty. Continue this way, and I expect we will continue to grow, not just in numbers but also in influence. This serves the common good, even when we define the common good in different ways.