It seems more like revenge (I'm not anxious to see the debate that is being spoken of, but it seems that some sleep has been lost over it (bad sportsmanship, doesn't play well).
Just because you don't like the traditional teachings of the institutiional churches (believe me, I could do a much better job of picking out their faults than you can), that doesn't give you the right to disrespect us. I didn't want to point out the respect thing in my previous post because it's sad enough that you can't show respect (you don't really know the meaning of respect until you SHOW it) to others when you are not convinced that you yourself deserve to recieve it. Why do you feel that you don't deserve it?
There is a difference between the institutions and the people of Christianity. If you disrespect the institutions and you don't mind letting that obsession consume your life,...FINE, that's your choice, someday The Lord will talk some sense into you and inform you that you can only do so much without actually dying on a cross, but in the meantime, the respect you get [from yourself] is the respect you show [others]. If you stay here only to mock Christianity, then, according to the law of reciprocity (you resent what you feel belittles you, why you feel that is your business), you do yourself a disservice, but if you stay in order to share understanding, you have much to gain.