While I find no use for religion I am not against religion per se: just religion which is extreme and unkind and which posits a vengeful and judgemental God. There is a richness, depth and substance to Christianity which is lost in the fundamentalist and literal approach.
And as someone has pointed out to me, your version of Christianity is just one version and one which is orthodox in approach, if not fundamentalist. There are other versions of Christianity which are more akin to my thinking and my beliefs have, in part, been drawn upon writers sourced in such a Christianity.
Perspective is all and those wishing to explore Christianity, or any religion, are wise to explore all versions of it if they wish to gain a balanced perspective. In terms of Christianity which embraces or is open to that which I espouse, there are sites like this:
Since the scientific revolution of the fifteenth century, there has been an increasing tendency in Christianity to see God as separate from Creation. To the commmon view, it's no longer God sending the sun across the sky each day, but the Earth's rotation, and no longer God raining down blessings on our fields, but water precipitation. Of course, we might pray for God to step in and cause some precipitation, but prevalent thinking has him obsessed with "spiritual" concerns, and uninvolved with the universe. In my opinion, this is nothing but the utter negligence of the modern Christian mind to seek God where he may be found! This has led to a wholly unnecessary gulf between science and religion, and results in a tragic compartmentalization of our "spiritual life" as being somehow separate from our daily lives.
According to this thought, God is fundamentally uninvolved. The universe is like a wind-up toy, left to go on its own, while God attends to—whatever. Once formed, natural laws work without any continued intelligence or consciousness, the true mindless governors of an inert and dumb universe.
But the truth is that science itself is shedding that view. Furthermore, through its genius for questioning how? science invites believers of all faiths to question who?, what?, and why? at a deeper level.
And this site offers thoughts to provoke a more balanced picture of what Christianity might be:
So to each their own on this spiritual path with the understanding that there are many ways to walk it.