All the religions I have looked at so far seem to me filled with the thinking equivalent of what McDonalds is to real food: an attractive to the taste-buds, minute-made sustenance that leaves you hoping for more elaborate and mature tastes [hmmm... I wonder if there is any correlation between the population that frequents McDonalds and the church attendants]. But if I am sometimes satisfied with a burger in my stomach, I have never been satisfied with the answers religions have to offer. Someone posted somewhere else in this group something said with great eloquence about the human desire for connectedness and the ability for all religions to supply that to their followers. Sheer luck or nature's twisted design, my own desire for connectedness is not as strong as that of other people I know. Or more accurately, I find that this desire is satisfied with things that do not seem to quench other people's own thirst for belonging.
Mix that with a high desire for scientific truths (the type that is demonstrated rather than dogmatically accepted), plus the realization that there are literally billions upon billions of questions that can be asked and only a limited amount of time to dedicate to answering them, and what you get is the perfect recipe for "I don't care". Don't get me wrong, I do realize that it is pretty mighty interesting to KNOW if there is something else beyond what can be sensed (this is already more than what we humans perceive of our world), and mainly if there is anything more than matter playing clever dice tricks, but I have accepted a long time ago that no religious answers will ever fit my criteria for an acceptable answer. So I have moved on and really don't care in my day to day life.