"D. Stephen Long" isn't "God", so I am not sure his opinion is true. Besides, it didn't answer my question.<quoted text>
"the pursuit of God's goodness by people 'on the way' to a city not built by human hands. It is not a precise science but the cultivation of practical wisdom that comes from diverse sources. It draws on all that is good in God's creation and among the nations. But it also acknowledges that creatures cannot attain their true end without the gift of God's own goodness."
D. Stephen Long
Secular morals don't encompass any Christian morals. And vice versa.
Please stay focused.
With your use of this citation, it makes me think that this is your best source. Is it? If not, please provide a specific source that states "Christian morality" is different than non-Christian morality.
What does "Steven" have over Jesus or the HS?