Please excuse using Baptist as a reference point for God ownership. Religious groups and their followers are the same as anyone else, with the exception of possible religious pride. Generally speaking religious seem smug or almighty over nonmembers and distant observers. Many people who view fundamentalist groups as social clubs have either had a negative experience in the gathering and admission into groups as these or perhaps religions that support these kinds of social activities. The Bible says when two or more are gathered together. I don't like religious groups because I find fault in them. I'm not overly fond of church either, but I go and sometimes I get something out of it, but I don't expect to be blown away into higher godliness in every church sermon I hear. I go to church in support of other people who attend, My church is very small and most of the members are retired or near retirement and because attendance is low the church needs support from everyone. I don't evangelize, although there was time in which I was led to believe I should but it's not my thing. Most new Christians are energetic and want to set the world on fire by the intensity of their faith. I am too old for that now. I like who I am, however, back when I started I may not have approved the game plan that got me here.