No need to comment. My thought for the moment:
“Giving all Diligence, add to your Faith, Virtue; and to Virtue, Knowledge; and to Knowledge, Temperance; and to Temperance, Patience; and to Patience, Godliness; and to Godliness, Brotherly Kindness; and to Brotherly Kindness, Charity. For if these
Things be in you, and abound, they make you that ye shall neither be barren
nor unfruitful in the Knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. But he that
lacketh these Things, is blind, and cannot see far off, and hath forgotten
that he was purged from his old Sins”. – Address To Protestants Of All Perswasions by William Penn in 1726.
Yes, there is a comment: some of these Christian attributes might not be found in the contemporary vocabulary, but it doesn’t mean they are not essential to Christians and relevant to civic behavior.