No. We don't. The Word says The Enemy
knows the Word too. It also says he's the accuser of the brethren. The Enemy is rude.
It's written, "there's no condemnation for those of us who are in Christ (Romans 8:1)" and "no weapon formed against us (Christians) shall prosper, any tongue that rises in judgment against us we shall condemn (Isaiah 54:17)."
If you're not Saved you have no business telling Christians what they should or shouldn't do.
Concern yourself with you.
Secular people don't have a close personal relationship with God because they don't know God. They don't have the Holy Spirit and they are not in covenant with God. Since they aren't Saved they are not going to fully comprehend what the Word says. They read it objectively without receiving what it says.
There are lots of secular people who think the Bible is just a history book, or a both of myths or fairy tales.
Psalm 1:1 - "Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners, nor sits in the seat of scoffers;"
are supposed to edify and correct other Christians.
The Bible says that iron sharpens iron.
People who try to tell me what the Bible says shouldn't get an attitude if I ask them of they are born-again Christians or not.