Nice research, I think your on to something there. Allthough I don’t like everything that F.Nietzche said (in fact I don’t even know everything he said), I think his conclusion that rational, scientific thinking humanists inherited most of fanatical christianity’s moral hypocracy, nails it pretty good. Today, in most northern europe at least, christians are not the leading force in public opinion anymore. But most non-christians are still not aware that they inherited a very narrow definition of perception, without ever questioning where this definition actually came from.
In some countries in south europe, most of the USA and many countries in south america (which sometimes is much more complex with variations of ‘christian voodoo’), the religious side is of course still a topic.
So the challenge comes from two sides: Proving that
a) ‘it’ is not evil, and
b) ‘it’ does make sense.