Yes I think that's right, if what you want to do is rehash the perennial argument about whether or not there may be a god. The positions that can be taken are well-known and the arguments well-rehearsed, but it is a serious, philosophically respectable debate that you can have without understanding much theology. What I take exception to, and it seems Tiassa does as well (in his or her usual, rather elliptical, mode of expression), is starting puerile threads to ridicule religion on the basis of silly and ignorant caricatures of religious belief. You know the sort of thing: "It says in Genesis 1 that God divided light from darkness on the first "day" but, as he only created the sun on the 4th day, that's obviously ridiculous, therefore all Christians are idiots hahaha [custard pie]". Whereas any decent attempt at debate would at least make some effort to find out what the churches actually teach about Genesis, first. (Augustine of Hippo was pointing out that these ancient stories couldn't be taken as literally true, as early as 400AD.) There is also in my view an interesting but largely unexplored discussion that could be had about why people believe, or part-believe, or go along with, religious practice, i.e. what they get out of it, what value it has for them. This is a question that is quite independent of the perennial argument about the existence of a god, but it needs to be addressed before millions of people are summarily dismissed as idiots.