I don't want to get into an argument with either of you Dunning-Kruger. It is just that evangelicals in the UK are doing a lot of work supporting the LGBT community here in London and I don't want them to be given such bad press. Indeed one of our best philosophers belongs to this community and I have learned a lot about ethics from this person and about how an ethical engagement is part of the deliberative arguments that rationalists employ.
what if an exjw comes across this philosopher's work? will he/she reject it because the philosopher in question is christian evangelical? in actual fact his work is useful for any kind of rational engagement whether it is theistic or atheistic. edit: take a look at the open university's ethics site.