I do apologize for anybody who gets offended for reading this - it is a touchy topic.
Still, Tobi strikes me as a kind of in-between guy: against organized religion, but doesn't rule out spirituality and all that.
Sums it up quite nicely. I'm sorta the same, I find the stories rather interesting - but in some way not much different than today's life.
I would like to say offence is for people who have a strong disgust or anti beliefs or opinions which tend to stereotypicalize automatically, offence is a legitimate hatred for something being toyed with or not taken seriously - why should any of us have such hatred? maybe it's me, but most of Australia seems to go by this. I quote bonfire...
"Under Blue Skies, we all play the game, but in God's eyes, we are all the same" - which leads me to my beliefs and my opinion which is why any of us should target another one of us for beliefs, we shouldn't be targeting anybody - we're all human.
I find Tobi is open about the idea, but can't take it serious enough to be able to worship a higher power, and in my opinion I agree.