You walk into McDonald’s and ask for a Big Mac and fries. Your server prepares your tray, gives you your food, takes your money, and says have a nice day (or words to that effect). This, my friends, is what is called a secular transaction. Your server cares not for your religious or political beliefs. He or she doesn’t care whether you have any or not. They’re not necessary for transactions of this kind.
A secular society recognises that there’s a place for everything, and everything should be in its place. It is not anti religion or anti God. At least, it shouldn’t be.