You state the things you state as if they were facts. Yet you were not present, to know them.
Do you hold your beliefs on faith? Isn't that the very thing you ridicule about religion?
Let me guess: your beliefs originate from books. Written by people you have never met.
Or taught by teachers who are agents of a political system.
You refer to 'we', as if you were contemporary with the ancients, and they should have behaved as you now suggest.
By what authority do you claim The Founding Fathers despised Jesus?
Or that you have knowledge of exactly what transpired in the '30s?
I say these things by way of irony, and of the arguments of which you are so fond.
I really don't care what you believe, or why. So you don't have to answer.
My point is this:
Unless you were either present at events you claim to be factual, or you are privy to Divine Revelation,
how can you claim to know the truth of those events, or claim the counter-claims of others are false?
I don't see how you can. Or why, really, you would want to.
Not that it matters, really. After all, what does? You're a nihilist, aren't you?