Turning the Question Upside-down
If the stated goal of Rational Responders is to "free humanity from the mind disorder known as theism," what happens if you succeed? What are the practical consequences of ridding the world of theism? Will the world actually be a better place? Have you spent any time actually thinking this through?
The reason I ask is that much of the world as we know and experience it is based on theism. Take the United States, for example. The Declaration of Independence is a theistic document. In fact, human rights are a theistic concept. Humanity as rights, are equal under the law, and are free beings because they are created in the image and likeness of God. What happens to all these concepts when God is removed from the equation?
We do have some empirical evidence of what happens when societies "free themselves from the mind disorder known as theism." Within history we have plenty of examples of societies that officially adopt atheism. The French Revolution, the Bolshevik Revolution and the Communist revolutions all embraced atheism. All of these revolutions exhibited similar patterns of behavior:
1) All of them ended up with authoritarian governments.
2) All of them promoted homogeneity over diversity.
3) All of them arrested and executed their own citizens without trial for such "offenses" as: being an aristocrat, being a theist, being college educated, being influenced by an outside culture.
4) All of them dramatically curtailed freedom.
5) Science and reason both suffered serious blows under these regimes, because both require the ability to question authority, which means questioning those who are in power.
The reason that these patterns of behavior are consistent in atheistic societies is exactly because the concepts that protect individual citizens — law, human rights, equality, freedom — are all theistic concepts. This begs the question: which is worse, "suffering" the mind disorder of theism and the concepts of human rights, equality, law and freedom or getting rid of God and run the risk of seeing over 100 million people getting murdered in the 70 years that the Communists ruled Russia?