I think you actually typed it, but for all I know you could've said it aloud too. I wholeheartedly agree that there are people in most groups who make the world better and people who make the world not as good. Atheism has its O'Hares and christianity has its Phelpses, and both have a less vocal majority of predominantly good people. My point was that religious people seem to have a much stronger sense of community within their institutions. They come together as a group for meals, help their peers in need, and generally form stronger personal bonds with other members of their group. I have yet to find a non-religious group that does these things very well, which is troublesome to me.