Bitter, rude comments? No, I'm just stating my view on the subject, and why I don't agree with religion. If I were to say otherwise I would be misrepresenting my own view, yet I get personally directed retorts to it. That is rude and intolerant. It is one thing to attack and attempt to rubbish my opinion, quite another to say that I shouldn't be allowed to express it, which is what the pro-religion posts appear to be doing. I am not intolerant in that I do not think anyone should be prevented from being religious, but why should I not have a dismissive view of it? Just about everyone is scornful of anything they see as ridiculous. There should be no exceptions made for the treatment of religious beliefs over any other beliefs, and I'm sorry that some people appear to have a problem with that.
I don't see any specific attacking of Christians, just religion in general. Christianity is only being used as an example because it's the religion that most people here will be the most familiar with. How am I wrong in saying that being religious is accepting what you're told? There is no other means of finding out about it, and no evidence that can be independently discovered to support that information. If you do question religion then it usually seems to come down to a question of faith, and I don't see what faith can mean except accepting without evidence. If there was evidence there wouldn't be any need for faith.
I see accusations of intolerance to my points as simply side-stepping them.