I’m famously annoyed with religion if you know me well enough. I did the heresy week and formally left the Catholic Church almost a decade ago because I was too annoyed with it.
Honestly, I feel that religion is something of a crutch. It explains things that most people don’t want to spend the mental and emotional effort to explain using alternate ideas. Getting to the truth is a taxing burden. Now I’m not going to say that there isn’t anything good that can come out of faith — certainly many good things have come from people who are deeply connected to the ideas they believe in. (Though I think they would have been just as good without religion as well, but that’s not something that can be measured)
But what turns me off more than religion is not understanding whatever faith you claim to be an adherent of.
I was involved in a debate with someone who claimed that the Christian god was not the same god as the God of Judaism and the God of Islam.
All three are Abrahamic faiths that grew on the same vine.