To be fair, it's only offensive from an atheist point of view. For those who are religious, it can be eye-opening. A lot of Catholics assume that atheists worship the devil, and I'm sure seeing that episode helped them to see that everyone has different reasons for being atheist. I'm agnostic, but I really didn't see anything wrong with the episode. Everyone gets a bad moment, everyone gets a good one. Sue's rare heart-on-the-sleeve moment got to me. In my opinion, you're just reading into it too much. I thought it was a fair representation of all viewpoints, and a pretty poignant episode. But onto the current one, Brittany/Artie actually had me feeling for... well both. Artie for what was taken away from him, and Brittany seemed actually hurt. I think she actually thought she was falling for him. Her little meatball scene confirmed it for me, even taking into account her relationship with Santana. Also, Mike Chang and Tina? Great duet. Really showed off the talent of Harry Shum Jr. while staying true to who he is. Well done. My favorite duet of the episode.