There is a growing disdain toward Christianity and all forms of organized religion. Sharing such an opinion is not in your best interests. A world without religion is not a better place. You are more likely to become lost without a system of dogma, doctrine, and precepts to adhere to. The modern world often encourages individuals to reject religion. But it fails to warn about the consequences of such actions. If you reject religion, you have to reinvent the wheel. You have to figure out the best way to live your life. The same questions that organized religion has asked and answered a thousand times.
You might not like the answers Christianity offers. And the kind of morality that comes with it. You might even think it is too much for you to bear. But these answers are known to work. The Christian worldview has been tested and trusted. You can stake your life on it. The alternative to Christianity are untested principles and philosophy that have not stood the test of time. Where is the wisdom in substituting a two-thousand-year Christian tradition of love, hope, and faith for the rantings of a confused online influencer who is most likely experiencing a midlife crisis?
Christianity and the church can provide a framework for understanding and living one’s life. Rejecting organized religion outright is not a sign of intelligence or sophistication. In fact, it can often lead to a lack of direction and purpose in life. Religion is not about brainwashing people or mindless rituals. It is about assisting people in discovering the truth and achieving the balance required to live their best lives. And just because one believes in religion does not prevent them from engaging in intellectual pursuits. If you want to live your best life, stick with your Christian faith. It provides you with a solid foundation from which to operate. What else do you want?