I think that Christianity's teachings pose a very unproductive world view and are a danger to our survival. Their teachings that man is sinful and worthy of death and in need of a savior to rescue him and free him of his sinful tendencies or else feel the wrath of God. These things that condemn man as sinful are his own powerful drives given to him at conception which he now must deny due to indoctrination and consign to his shadow(Jungian). therefore this denial leads to all sorts of problems when trying to regulate it intelligently. These natural inherited drives are classified as an affront to the supreme being/God. Since these drives we inherited in our human nature suppressing them by religion is not good. We need to understand them, accept them, and direct them properly with wisdom not delusional suppression to make a imaginary insecure Deity happy.
My thoughts are if mankind keeps this mind set his collective shadow(Jungian) will grow and lead to many problems in the future. Christianity offers a kind of slave morality of humble obedience which has very little to contribute to the human race bettering itself.
I'm hopeful that this trend has been reversed by the information age and the religion's totally wacked out ideas about how to please an egotistical supreme being who has temper tantrums will be assign to the shit can of stupid phobias.
No only is Christianity a huge waste of time it's morals are of a Bronze age mentality that science shows to be obsolete and not very helpful at correcting harmful tendencies in our species.
Masters are creators of morality; slaves respond to master-morality with their slave-morality. Unlike master morality which is sentiment, slave morality is based on re-sentiment—devaluing that which the master values and the slave does not have. As master morality originates in the strong, slave morality originates in the weak. Because slave morality is a reaction to oppression, it vilifies its oppressors. Slave morality is the inverse of master morality. As such, it is characterized by pessimism and cynicism. Slave morality is created in opposition to what master morality values as 'good'.
Slave morality does not aim at exerting one's will by strength but by careful subversion. It does not seek to transcend the masters, but to make them slaves as well. The essence of slave morality is utility: the good is what is most useful for the whole community, not the strong. Nietzsche saw this as a contradiction. Since the powerful are few in number compared to the masses of the weak, the weak gain power by corrupting the strong into believing that the causes of slavery (viz., the will to power) are 'evil', as are the qualities they originally could not choose because of their weakness. By saying humility is voluntary, slave morality avoids admitting that their humility was in the beginning forced upon them by a master. Biblical principles of turning the other cheek, humility, charity, and pity are the result of universalizing the plight of the slave onto all humankind, and thus enslaving the masters as well. "The democratic movement is the heir to Christianity."—the political manifestation of slave morality because of its obsession with freedom and equality.