In the quest for knowledge, one will necessarily find that religions are nothing but mythologies. I mean, opposing religions cannot be right at the same time. But they are not supposed to "be right", they are just vehicles for old, codified knowledge, i.e. mythology. Monotheisms, however, pretend to be right, they demand the faith that they're right. This, of course, have caused serious problems for society through the centuries. Many philosophers and scholars have pointed this out, e.g. Voltaire, Nietzsche, Bertrand Russell, Freud, Sam Harris, etc.
But whenever one says this on the comments, or asks questions on this line, or gives answers on this line, he/she will almost certainly be censored on this site, just like the last page of Nietzsche's Antichrist was censored. With the difference that the censorship here is always disguised as "moderation".
My point is: is censorship compatible with a true quest for knowledge? If there's censorship on this site, how can it be about philosophy? Actually, censorship is more related to a FEAR of the free exchange of knowledge. So, it seems that phobosophy would be a more proper name, if the censorship is to stay.