Well, the category of this section is "Faith General", so I believe it's probably assumed that other faiths / religions would be under this section. I'm pretty much open to debate or discuss anything, even if you don't agree with my points.
The main flaw of what I'm trying to get at though is these religions do not really explain anything about our Human existence, as to why we are here, where we came from or where we are going. Instead, it's just relegated to a story that Mankind somehow fell from Adam & Eve, and that there will one day be in a Fork in the road in which we are judged to either go to Heaven or Hell. The question is, why would God put people on a planet to test them or their "faith" ? There is no logical argument for why God would do that.
The Bible is actually a story of Human witness accounts and originally was a blueprint for an Alien invasion of Mankind and genetic modification of the Human Species in which the fallen ones came down to mate with Human women as they found them to be beautiful and divine, and therefore corrupted the Species. Mankind existed long before Adam and Eve, but the arrival of Adam and Eve is a metaphorical story for an Alien invasion.
There is also the line in the Bible book of Genesis that says "Let us make man in our image, after our likeness".
The book "GENEsis" was not named that way on accident.
The context of this implies the process of genetic alteration of the Human species. It is not God speaking himself that says that.
Surely what you say though about the Protestants is also true.
I believe what I said to Daniel, that there is not enough common ground here. All I can do is suggest some things, the easiest of which is the podcast I also suggested to Daniel: https://www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/lordofspirits
It's important to start from the first episode, btw. I believe it will dispel myths on both sides, while also building bridges.
This is what I can do for now. I won't enter into a discussion of your assertions, because they seem to me to be purely modern and materialistic conceptions. If those are at least put into question, then I think we can begin a conversation.