What you said SG854 in many ways sums up my way of thinking. I was born and raised a Catholic but as I matured, went to college and university and developed critical thinking, I realized that I could no longer believe in this god of the Bible, at least not with the knowledge I had acquired. It seems this place that we live in is far more complex and different than we ever imagined. There may be something more, yes, however whatever it is remains at best unknown right now. I feel cannot be blamed for failing to believe in a god(s) that has chosen to reveal himself to me through such poor means and amidst contradiction. If He/She/It/They want me to follow their word then they are going to find a better means to talk to me than by some thousand year old books written by men whom I don’t know, about events I cannot verify. Think of it this way: Do you believe EVERYTHING that is written in the newspapers or said on the news? Obviously not. Why? Most likely because you are aware that information can easily be manipulated or created to fit certain purposes. The same doubt should be exercised for anything man has written. However there is one thing I would like to point out to you SG854 or anyone else reading. Not all religions are intolerant of others. In today’s world, religious intolerance seems to be a particularly “Abrahamic” problem though in no way limited to those religions. The seed of intolerance in the Abrahamic religions lies in the fact that central to their belief is the idea of the One True God, which is in their view the only valid truth (yes, I’m generalizing a bit). To them, there is NO other truth beyond this god and his Holy Word. Belief in this is crucial, it relies on what they call faith, something that cannot be questioned. And thus dies critical thought and therein is born intolerance and perfect coercion weapons for the powerful to use... Returning to the vlogger, religious authorities should question themselves as to why they have to so vehemently enforce and protect God. Isn’t there suppose to be final Judgment Day after all? Why not let god take care of that abominable heretic PokymanGo player? God’s been pretty silent for sometime now. Also import things have been happening in his “name” for thousands of years!! Why so silent, why so indifferent this loving Father??!! Yes, I deem it is finally time to see him act!! After all, why should we humans always have to do all of God’s dirty work??? 'Oh wait’ says the believer, 'hmmm...?? If we didn’t act in his name, maybe He wouldn't either... “Not good!” says the believer. “That could possibly negate his existence, and this thought process my faith does not permit”. Our potential cosmic insignificance and the seemingly ever pervasive silence of the Universe is, I’ll admit, in some ways quite scary. Rather than facing this very real possibility, many choose religion instead. In the end, despite all that I just said, can we really blame them for doing so? The human in it's current limited state is a problem. We function on old hardware that so desperately needs an upgrade. Science & Transhumanism might offer a solution.