Why does it seem to me that in order to really grow up, you need to stop believing in God?
Here's the thing. I don't see justice around me from the point of view of the existence of God, and I don't find any excuses for this. Someone will say God is love, not justice, do not seek justice, but seek mercy and other tinsel in a similar spirit, which, believe me, I know. I don't think that for example, for a child who has been raped by some pervert, such phrases will be a consolation or help to live. What's there! His life is now irrevocably broken. But God, if there is one, could have intervened to prevent it. And what a countless number of children are born with various kinds of deviations in health and should not be said. A person has just been born, has not even committed a sin yet, but already seems to be punished. And do not talk about the fact that children pay for the sins of their parents. Yes, the suffering of children is one of the most terrible punishments for a person, but why should children suffer for sins that they themselves did not commit? And how many bastards still roam the world in good mind and health. The worst thing is that some of them at the same time have an impeccable reputation, respect and love of the opposite sex… BUT if there is no God, then everything falls into place. Everything in the world happens by chance, and man is the highest kind of animal that exists according to the principle of natural selection-who is stronger and healthier, he survives and wins. And it doesn't matter that he got his strength and health for nothing, and his actions in life can be vile and vile, since he is stronger, it means that he dictates conditions. Someone will say in favor of the belief that after death, everyone will pay for their sins, and those who suffer will be exalted. Nooooo, what's there… after all, God forgives all those who repent. Maybe, of course, God is just a creator and he doesn't care about any love and justice, but I don't see the point in such a god, then even if he exists, you shouldn't believe in him. On the other hand, it is scary to accept the idea that there is no God, because then, indeed, everything is possible. But maybe that's what you should do?