Its curious, but I have read most of Mediochre's arguments against religion in books covering late-19th/early 20th century anarchism (as in the actual sociopolitical stance, not the cartoonish depictions of "chaos!" that we now know). It certainly points towards him being on the young side, but that does not take away that they may have some ideological ground under them. On the other hand, I don't have a religion and never had one, but can respect if someone wants to rationalize the concept of a universal/collective/fundamental consciousness as "God". That is, as long as we remember that the "being of light" that NDErs describe is usually not an "authoritative" figure.