Clearly you lack understanding of what constitutes a myth.<quoted text>
Christian brainwashing naturally leads to narcissistic and sociopathic behavior because godbots are programmed to believe they're the "chosen ones" and the personal prejudices of the terrestrial authors of the damn bible were divinely inspired.
A Christian cultist who understands that the biblical Jesus wasn't an historical figure is an ex-Christian cultist.
Of course, an imaginary friend will forgive all unethical and even unlawful conduct.
It's never been rational to believe the universe was created by design because there's never been a single scientific observation in support of such a juvenile hypothesis. It's never been more irrational to believe because modern science has essentially ruled out any supernatural involvement. Thus, all Christian cultists should ask themselves why they're desperately clinging to Dark Ages dogma.
You're certifiably insane and should be sharing your inane delusions with competent mental health care professionals instead of making a complete fool of yourself on an international forum with your inability to differentiate Christian mythology from reality.
By definition, Christianity does not meet the criteria of a myth.
Granted, that does not make it true, but it does not qualify as a myth.