What you call boorishness I call righteous hatred and fervor.
One could even call it zeal.
Look, man, regardless of your relationship with religion, there's a need to grow. All you do is talk about this thing like a blazing fire of hatred in you, but you never get further with it. Look inward. Change with lasting consequences. Take action other than spewing bile everywhere. And, please, finally get it through your skull that perpetuating religion's mistakes (like dropping everyone disagreeing with you into one bag) isn't better if it's repackaged as whatever brand of militant atheism your denomination practices.
I've been harsh with you, I've been playful. I'd like to get serious. There's more to religion than dogmatism. There's more to this discussion than blind anger. Use this opportunity of seclusion to explore what's inside instead of getting more and more angry for, clearly, no constructive reason. Because there's more than that. To life, to people, to one's own peace of mind.
You play chess? We can play if you do, teach you if you don't, and it's a great way to focus one's thoughts on something. And, frankly, you could use a challenge that can be beaten. Put up or shut up, I'll be done with work around 20:00 UTC.