Very well put, Wildtimes.
Your version of "critical thinking" seems to be to criticize everyone around you who doesn't agree with your narrow-minded zeal.
I too have seen this behavior from the OP many times over in here. You are either with him, or his god will send you straight to hell. Try to show him the origins of the words he uses, he gets mad and insults you. Tell him the people he is talking about most likely are aliens, he calls them all demons. Damning everyone who has a different religious outlook as "sinners," is akin to insults. This is called religious intolerance, and in a forum like ATS, there are people from all over the world, and to expect that all of them will immediately become Christians just because one member, or several, tells them they are going to Hell if they don't, well, that dog won't hunt.
Religious tolerance is about civil rights: Others define religious tolerance as a human rights issue. Religious tolerance means that you favor extending religious freedom to people of all faith traditions, even though you probably disagree with their validity of theiir beliefs and/or practices. In turn, religious freedom means that a person can, without oppression or discrimination:
*Believe, worship and witness as they wish;
*Practice freedom from belief, worship and witnessing if they wish;
*Change their beliefs or religious affiliation;
*Within reasonable limits, proselytize others in order to convert others to their belief system, and/or
*Associate with others to express their beliefs.
Quotations on religious intolerance:
George H.W. Bush: (R) as Presidential candidate on 1987-AUG-27: "No, I don't know that Atheists should be considered as citizens, nor should they be considered patriots. This is one nation under God."
Pat Robertson, Fundamentalist Christian minister, on The 700 Club episode for 1991-JAN-14: "You say you're supposed to be nice to the Episcopalians and the Presbyterians and the Methodists and this, that, and the other thing. Nonsense. I don't have to be nice to the spirit of the Antichrist. I can love the people who hold false opinions but I don't have to be nice to them."
Andrew Sandlin, writing for the Chalcedon Foundation, calls for Christian believers to pray to God to exterminate those who think differently from themselves: "God extends his grace to his people (and mankind in general) when he destroys the wicked, because in destroying the wicked, he is averting their evil works that so plague God's children and mankind in general. When he maims and kills cultists and theological liberals, he prevents the spread of heretical doctrine that damns souls...God's judgment -- not his favor -- leads the world to righteousness. We should petition God's judgment on the wicked because judgment is a form of grace."
America has Freedom of Religion, America has Laws against Hate Crimes, and America is not now, nor was it ever, a Christian Nation, and no amount of preaching will make it that.