I partially agree.
Until just recently, historically speaking, there was no real separation of church and state, so all share the war blame.
The point I was accentuating is that the vast majority associated themselves more with their religion and God than their state, while maintaining no separation of the two.
Those are the stats.
Those aside, recognizing that today, like in the Netherlands, where 95% label themselves Christian, while only 4% go to a church even once a year and if that hypocrisy to me is a sampling of what people were doing in the past, then you might have a larger point than I think, but you cannot ever prove it.
All I have are stats that I know are false to some extent, but you do not even have that.
I am a religionist, a Gnostic Christian, and would love to blame the secular for everything evil, but I cannot do so.