Without proof of their claims ... all places of worship are false.
You don't want to admit that, as you want to be convinced that your brain has cornered the market on supposed absolute truth.
Words written by silly ancient men, don't prove that what they wrote was based on even a semblance of truth.
Some manipulator wrote the word HOLY on the front of a book and passed the words in the book off to gullible people as being DIVINE messages from a god.
There are elements of truth in what you write.
I agree to an extent that all places of worship are false, in that they are not TO BE worshipped, nor to a certain degree that they should be followed. But that the personal choice to worship God is something that is an individual decision, though may be collectively accomplished as necessary....