If you strain your truths through the piousness of others before listening, you certainly must feel bad for those preaching the gospel with 1000 years of pedophilia hidden by the church. I guess they must all be hearing it wrong, or wrong stuff.
I guess you have to hear it from the pious before you think water is wet. If Hitler says water is wet, it must be dry.
Yours is the same problem of ages gone by and spoken to by the Greeks, it's called an ad hominem argument, or arguing about who said what, instead of whether the truth was in the statement itself.
I would suggest with your line of thinking, you can't admire the Sistine Chapel because it was painted by a guy who liked boys. You don't have much respect for the idea of an FBI, because it was started and run by a closet homosexual named J Edgar. Or how about those perverts Aristotle and Homer? Those guys all had problems. And how about Hemingway? His writing must have stunk, because he wrote most of it under the influence of alcohol.
And he killed himself at 64--wow, a mortal sin! Talk about wiping the whole lifetime of writings away!!
It must be easy being you. On the other hand, NOT.