I thought it was quite clear. Gods are a man-made idea and to worship one god or group of gods instead of other gods, in the belief that the other gods are fake and that one worships the only true gods or god, and that an epic afterlife awaits after death if one pleases the gods, is absurd given that they all claim the same and have the same lack of evidence that their god or gods do exist, and aren't some man made concept. If you don't agree with me then please answer me, how does one determines whether a god is fake or not? You would probably tell me to go and worship you god, while BigBaguette would tell me to worship his god instead. A tribe from the Amazon would tell me to worship their deities instead. There are several thousand of Asatroende in Denmark that worship the old nordic gods. Thor, Freja, Tyr and so forth. They will of course tell me to worship the nordic gods instead, and the church of Mystra will tell me to worship Mystra. So I ask you, how do I determine which single god or multiple gods to worship? Because quite frankly any fool can write a story about the wonderful accomplishments of their own god in a few weeks, so I don't care one bit about so-called holy books. And the older they get the less credible they become. I wouldn't trust a 2000 year old book on how to bake a cake, and definitely not a 2000 year old book on how to rid the body of diseases. I'd rather not eat horse shit mixed with honey or have to bang my head against a tree to cure a toothache. And I definitely wouldn't trust a 2000 year old text or book on gods and magic. Extreme claims such as the existence of magic and gods demand quite solid evidence. After all, if you or anyone else want me to change my entire life and worship some god and follow a set of rules, then I'm not just going to take your word for it, that this magical being exists. Yet that's all every religion provides. Some old text and vague claims of an afterlife.