Perhaps there are two sides, two "moieties", two classes, two different groups with their values. If we're being objective, looking from human reason, seeing for ourselves, Side A can see how Side B is flawed, and Side B can see how Side A is flawed. And Side A thinks that Side B thinks they're better than Side A (everyone looking with their own self- conditioned eyes, from their own perspective, the way humans look at things) and similarly, Side B thinks that Side A thinks that they're better than Side B.
One solution to this disunity is to devour and starve the side you're not on, so that someday only yours will remain. Another is to subject the other side to your side -- it's for the greater good, because they are the more flawed (you wouldn't belong to the side you thought was more flawed, would you?). Yet another solution is to find a common enemy, provided you can find one.
But another solution is to say, "A is flawed and B is flawed, but we are in the same boat under God." We are united by our love of God, and our fear of God, and our worthiness of God, and our unworthiness of God.