I'm talking about rational and psychological enlightenment, not the more spiritual or New Agey kind. I'm simply puzzling through the existential implications of the type of rational freedom from delusion posited by the Age of Enlightenment in 17th and 18th century Europe. I'm puzzling through the nature of modernity and of hypermodernity. Not all secularists want to explore the full philosophical implications. This isn't for the faint of heart.
To call "biased" the having of an ideal for how people should be is pretty weak stuff, though.