I got a laugh out of this. In the book the "The God
Questions" under the chapter "Do all roads lead to heaven"
Hal Seed made this statement. Scholars lump these group
together because they all purport to not be interested in religion
or spirituality. But one observer notes: "Sociologists point out
that there are no truly 'secular' societies...'nonreligious'
people...are those who derive their worldview and value system
from alternative, secular, cultural or otherwise nonrevealed system
rather than traditional system."
Many have made the conscious choice not to explore their faith (say what)
or at least not publicly.
That's funny, that's exactly why I'm a Agnostic today because I chose to
explore my faith, and the Bible.