"A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything."
"I enjoy mythology, but am not religious about it"
"Your faith is not inspired by some divine constant truth. It is simply geography"
"The doubt of your faith is not god testing you, it is the truth trying to emerge and free you."
"Science flies you to the moon. Religion flies you into buildings."
"Scientology. Because Mormons needed something to joke about."
"Jesus hates figs" (Mark 11:12-14)
"Staying in bed shouting 'Oh my God!' does not constitute going to church."
"Abstinence makes the church grow fondlers."
"If there there is a God, atheism must seem to Him as less of an insult than religion."
"I considered becoming an atheist, but there weren't enough holidays."
"My creation myth is better than your creation myth."
"Religion is a great comfort in a world torn apart by ... religion."
"Call my religion violent again and I'll kill you."
"The more I study religions the more I'm convinced that man worships only himself."
"Creationism doesn't required a leap of faith so much as a drunken tumble down Mount Dumbass."
"Science flies you to the moon. Religion flies you into buildings."
"I am against religion because it teaches us to be satisfied with not understanding the world."
"What can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence."
"Religion was invented when the first con man met the first fool. - Mark Twain
"If you talk to God, you are praying. If God talks to you, you have schizophrenia."

Funny Religious Logic

Funny Religious Logic Joke Picture - If P is false, I will be sad.  I do not wish to be sad.
Funny Religious Logic Joke Picture - If P is false, I will be sad.  I do not wish to be sad.
It's a funny, clever,  but sad cartoon, and is the nub of the issue of religion: religion determines reality based on wishes, not facts.  "Faith is believing what you know ain't so." (Mark Twain)

I tried for years as a seeker to bolster my fragile faith with books on Christian Apologetics such as Josh McDowell's "Evidence That Demands A Verdict", and I would suggest that a fairly decent case could be made for all of it, except for one thing:

It wouldn't need enough.

"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence." (Carl Sagan)

And the claims are fabulous indeed.

Too fabulous to be credible by any sensible person who is honest enough to put aside hopes of an afterlife.