AMEN to that, Erik!
Let me add something that I haven't yet been able to add to other comments:
Though I'm ROMAN CATHOLIC, and DO wholeheartedly believe in CHRIST and HIS teachings, I must say that the Catholic Church certainly DOES NOT "hold the corner market" on morality or anything else! Yes, the Gospel of John talks about "believing on the Lord Jesus" in order to be "saved", BUT who's to say to whom Salvation belongs?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't recall CHRIST condeming Islam, Buddhism or any other Faith that existed WELL BEFORE Christianity. ATHEISM, Agnosticism or Nihilism (to name a few) didn't even exist in Christ's days. Perhaps I grossly misunderstood prior commentaries, but I understood that, unless one is Christian, he or she cannot enter Heaven?! I don't think that's what GOD (or Allah, Jehovah or whatever you happen to call that "Being") meant at all.
The bottom line (for me, at least) is that we are ALL judged by HOW WE LIVED/TRIED TO LIVE; regardless how we believed! Grant it, a belief in CHRIST (from a Christian's perspective) would be ideal. HOWEVER, non-Christians or non-believers can do the SAME GOOD as any Christian; IF NOT BETTER!
I once read a wise expression that went something like this: "It's not the number of days we lived, BUT the QUALITY of those days!" Do we wish to die with a "pure heart" or a heart filled with contempt for those who don't believe as we? I think God would prefer the "pure heart".