Although I agree with Ceili that this is not a religious issue, I really like your last comment, and I concur generally. There are of course exceptions. there are people who actually live their lives, as best as anyone can, by the simple guidelines of Christ. Those few and far between people actually, IMO, do have almost an other worldy glow about them. There are of course, people of all faiths or even those who profess a lack of faith, who have that same quality, because the message of Christ is universal. It doesn't matter who the messenger was, the message in it's raw form, un-perverted by organized religion is the best guideline for how to live your life. Unfortunately few of us make the real effort. In addition we have a habit of shunning at best and assassinating at worst, those who do.
That's my Christian perspective, as someone who believes in the message of Christ if not the added fiddle faddle of the Christian Church.