I propose that we ignore it for a while. There are some things that just need a good leaving alone.
We should talk about other things.
We should be drawing a bright line between liberal religion and fundamentalist religion. Liberal religion believes that religion is a human cultural product, that no religion is more true than another and the value of religious life is pragmatic -- does it improve life, create justice, and happiness?
We should be evangelizing for the virtues of liberality: reverence and awe, honesty and humility, generosity and gratitude, openness, solidarity, compassion and self-possession. We should be asking people to decide to make these values the cornerstones of their lives.
When we are at our best, our common commitment to these virtues subsumes and transcends our supposed differences of theological language and liturgical preferences.
I know that our understanding of liberal religion and liberal values is culture-bound. We have to know who we are and relate to other people who are religiously liberal, but culturally different from a place of honesty and respect.