Personally, i don’t think so. It’s the application. There’s a “something good” inside of each of the religions: that is part of it’s power. There’s a large dose of pragmatic psychology in religions – it goes beyond ‘laws’ and into daily life issues.
Secularism has failed so far to be a fully effective replacement new religion because it lacks a cohesive system but it’s getting better at it through the past few centuries.
I believe there are elements that can lead to bias and elements that can lead to understanding in all human “betterment” systems. It’s all about who is applying it and its effectiveness… mostly on an individual basis, but also perhaps institutionally as well.