How is nature 'good'? What part? But you are arguing from the point of view of ethics/morals and what is right/wrong. Nature is built on predation, manipulation and deceit either for defense or offense. So what is so different from what those who believe in the supernatural doing that's so different? You need to blame nature truly. Nature is responsible for all of it. And then going further, the universe. So, it's nature that needs to be improved/changed etc and we try to do it all the time as there are things trying to harm or kill us constantly. I agree religion is a problem and very dangerous as we can see with extremist groups. It keeps an archaic element that anyone can call upon to not only justify a movement but "claim" ultimate power while "believing" it. ISIS, for example. But then look at atheist regimes like North Korea with their death/labor camps and oppression of it's people. They are not more ethical because of a lack of religion, though adding religion to justify atrocities and oppression is just more obnoxious, hateful and egotistical, if that is possible. But it's like with most things it seems, even food will kill you as it comes with harmful side effects. Very few things are pure and honest. But I agree with you overall in that I think religion will seriously at one point in the future will have to undergo a revolution in that either it will be greatly modified from today or it should go the way of the dinosaur. The only issue with that is there should be a good replacement in place before that though or else it may just be a temporary hiatus or lull as it's just amoral ground zero otherwise and just as bad or worse can come from that.