Jung is not the end-all-and-be-all of religious knowledge. Try coming up with your own statements instead of parroting his words.
The nature of religion in and of itself is deceptive - It is willingly believing in an idea that is not based on evidence or critical thought, just as Jung points out in that quote you use. I have a moral opposition to religious belief and I'm just as entitled to it as any believer is, so I'm not sure where all this hostility is coming from, but you're really making yourself come across as quite irrational.
I was trying to get the perspectives and opinions of other INFP's, not start a debate about whether or not religion is good, or whether or not my irreligious belief is valid or not.
2. That sentence didn't make sense. What alphabet soup designation? If you gave me some sort of evidence or logic in favor of your position rather than simply calling me an idiot, this conversation might have actually gone somewhere, but you can't seem to be able to get over your ego enough to form a coherent argument.
3. Religion is destructive because it perpetuates a culture of non-critical thinkers. Religion is illogical - It is a belief based on faith rather than evidence, and people actively protect and staunchly defend their right to believe in something for no reason at all, other than somebody, at some point, told them they should. Society can never hope to advance without critical thinking - It is a lack of critical thinking that causes racism, wars, environmental destruction, overdoses... Critical thinking is imperative to the existence of humans as a species, and religion fosters a culture that blatantly opposes critical thinking. That is why it is always destructive. Look at the bigger picture - Any good done by this blood drive down the street from you does nothing to offset the mass destruction that has occurred at the hands of the church.
4. I never said anything about any of this at all? It's clear you're not even reading my posts.
5. Yeah, you could only possibly be trolling me right now.
I'm not trying to indoctrinate anyone. You're drawing illusory correlations. Sharing my view and my perspective =/= trying to get other people to hop on my bandwagon.