While Ted Cruz was running for prez, I seriously thought about moving to another country if he won. It's less a matter of how much it costs and more a matter of finding a job so you could support yourself in another country. I've lived abroad for four years in the past and made a living by teaching English. It's a good way to get by in lots of places.
Sorry, but somehow I'm missing the link between the immorality in the Bible and your feeling suicidal. Who cares what bullshit's in some book? You said your family doesn't take it [the Bible] that seriously as long as you pretend you're dumb enough to think your ass is saved by Jesus, so I don't see any connection between biblical bullshit and you. There are all sorts of atrocious things in all sorts of books; do they bother you? The Bible shouldn't either.
Hey, you need a holiday or get a break by moving to another country, say Sweden would be nice. :D
Or you could move here in Victoria Australia, where atheist appears to be the norm.
You never hear of Christianity vs Atheists here, as this is a fully secular community, and such conflicts are almost unheard of.
Only the Jehovah Witnesses proselytize as they think it is their calling, but they are few, and the rest of the religious community is relatively silent.
Even atheism doesn't appear to exist here, because there are no arguments for us to get involved in.
As Frank Zappa predicted, when a community becomes secular, atheism will disappear and everybody becomes just normal.
That is how it is here, everybody is just another normal human being, religious or non-religious beliefs are completely ignored.
We even had an atheist Prime Minister, but nobody attacked her for her atheism, the only attack on her was for the deceptive means she grabbed power, by back stabbing the previous leader.
We all know that other past leaders were atheist, but nobody took any notice.
We care more about policies than the leaders personal beliefs.
So you'd be welcomed here, even if just for a break from being annoyed by religitards.
There are plenty of liberal, tolerant US cities. No need to leave the country.
I have an acquaintance who teaches English in London, he's really enjoying it there. I don't think he has any plans to return to Australia.
You need to differentiate between family rejection and general tolerance.
No matter where you live, if your family is an overall intolerant group, than your experience wouldn't have been much different.
No matter where you go, you will have to live among, and get along with religious people. That's reality. Part of your feeling seems to be that you are upset by the Bible itself (not to mention the Koran), those books will exist anywhere. Your moving will not change anything... it's important to step outside that source of tension.
One more thought: It's not that easy to just move to another country. Many 'desirable' countries have immigration policies that are much more restrictive than the US (and more restrictive than Donald). It can be a years long project, assuming it can be done at all.
jay H is correct on immigrating to other countries. It's sometimes a lengthy process.
As for your Yahoo post I'm surprised that people there think you have all the Bible quotes taken out of context. How do you take something like bashing the little babies heads on the rocks to mean other than what it says? People are so dumb. Then I noticed that one person had the answer. This crap was all in the Old Pesterment and Jesus came to change all of that. The only problem here is that's not what Jesus said. He doesn't want to change one dot or tittle. So, the believer has the answer in his head now as ignoring everything in the Old and following Jesus who is in the New.
My best answer is to ignore all of it. Too many people go through life fairly well adjusted but they keep trying to fit god and Jesus into things. That's the big mistake. Good luck on finding a neutral place to live.