One concrete example is polygamy. I know Christians who embrace polygamy. I know many non-Christians who do not embrace polygamy. On the issue of marriage it is strongly possible that I will have more in common with my monogamist pagan neighbor than I have with my Christian brother who believes in polygamy.
Consider that the West has scads of Baptized “Christians” whose worldview is undifferentiated from the zombie WOKE millions that live among us. Are we really to believe that we have more in common with those Baptized “Christians” than we have with the CPWN? Similarly, can it be that I have a “more” in common with the BCNZ that the CPWN if the BCNZ has been afflicted in their thinking by Marxist categories so prevalent in Zimbabwe?
I spent a good amount of time around other Christian clergy in a organization that called itself “Christian.” I am here to tell you that I had very little in common with those people. I also spent a short amount of time in Zimbabwe ministering and though the Christians there were sincere I don’t know that it would be true that I had “more” in common with them in temporal and immediate matters than I do with some in my extended family who make no profession of Christ.
All of this is to say that to make general proclamations that “I have more in common with a Nigerian Anglican Woman than with my conservative white pagan neighbor” is a statement that has more holes in it than a chain link fence.