I don’t know much about Christianity, but MY religion is about understanding the world; being satisfied and thankful for what you have; appreciating the small things; treating people right; living a simple, joyful life; and most of all, doing what’s good for you and others. That is what God expects of us.
I’m “against religion” (if you wanna put it that way) yet, I’m also pro-understanding the world, being satisfied & grateful, treating people right, joy, good for others, etc…
Why would I need to add some insistence on a mythical creature to that? Can’t I have all those values without thinking a ghost will be disappointed in me if I mess up?