I quite believe in God, and in any case I respect him whatever he's called Lord or Allah or Jessica Rabbit. But I really think Church ruined and is ruining religion, which is not an amount of rules and medieval principles like "never even think about sex" or "if you're gay you're impure and damned!" and stuff like that.
I think religion should be much more - and most of all, I think Church takes advantage of its spiritual power and influence to mind his own business and does not care what religion really is.
Just think about the idolatry feeling of spending all that money in gorgeous cathedrals and luxurious suits for bishops and the pope instead of using it for some social issue. Church looks more like a corporation than like a religious institution. Some years ago my parish priest was so happy that something like 80.000 had been collected in order to redecorate the floor of his cathedral. He's a good person and I don't see him as greedy at all. But all I could think was: do we really need a 80.000 floor to praise the Lord? Is that what he wants from us? I don't really think so.
Since when it's been born Church does not reflects Christian values, but only suggests formalities and clichés which take people's attention away from the most important thing Jesus talked about: love.