Conduct a survey on what people want and you may be surprised to find that god(s) don’t figure in the list of choices. People don’t want god(s). They want:
This is a list of things that people want, in that order of priorities, according to a survey conducted by Kathy Caprino, a leadership trainer and apparently a feminist, and whose results have been published here. The choices may change if a similar survey is conducted in India. Food, house, clothes, and other basic necessities like toilets may figure in the list in Indian surveys. I’m sure god(s) won’t.
Conduct the survey in China (most populated country) or Pakistan (apparently most religious country) or Qatar (the wealthiest country currently) and you will still get similar results. God(s) won’t figure in people’s choices.
My question is: Why do we have so many people fighting for god(s) in spite of the fact that people don’t want them (gods)?