I agree with what he said, and I've definitely said far worse things about how Evangelical Christianity has interpreted the Bible, pointing out the inevitable mistakes in trying to interpret literary works from a culture you barely understand in a language that you cannot read. There are a lot of laws in Leviticus, half of them have been completely inapplicable since the fall of the Second Temple in 70 CE since they involve Temple observance, and the rest are either very difficult to apply to modern society, or basic commonsense stuff along the lines of "if your ox kills your neighbors ass, you need to buy him a new one". And then you have the "If a man lies with another man as he lies with a woman, he shall be put to death". I'd say that it's as difficult to reconcile that with modern life as the law requiring that a child who slaps his parent be stoned to death.
The problem, though, is that it is likely to be almost impossible to convince Evangelical Christians that their beliefs are wrong or misguided. After all, what is the likelihood that an Evangelical could convince you to convert to Christianity? For some people, they might, but most people's religious beliefs or inability to believe are not likely to change. I'm not sure that challenging their religious beliefs is likely to result in change, but I'll admit that I've no clue of what tactic would be effective. I also know that I really have no business telling Savage not to be angry after what he's experienced, and I realize that suggesting that he be nicer might be every bit as ignorant as telling Black people to get over segregation.
He pulled a Captain Ahab and Jaharpwn'ed her. - Trout