"Do adherents to a major faith have demonstrable, objective and tangible standards of behaviour towards others enshrined in their religious traditions, to which they can and should be expected to aspire because they are accountable to their divine authority, that are not so prescribed by secular authorities?"
The religion in question is Islam so the standards in question include killing adulters and heathens.
If I follow Booth's argument, if you commit an offence, but know that this is wrong - there should be leniency. So tax fraud is really OK? After all the only really serious criminals are those who fail to understand the difference between right and wrong.