Yes maybe you're just agnostic because you're unsure but definitely not an Anti-Christ or Anti-God.
The sacraments are sacred rituals, instituted (or at least approved) by Jesus, in which God's grace is instilled by the Holy Spirit. The seven sacraments are baptism, confession, Eucharist, confirmation, matrimony, ordination, and anointing of the sick. Each of these is important in themselves.
Jews believe that at the moment the Hebrews forged a special and unique relationship with God. In return, God gave them the right to occupy a certain land. It was the Promised Land: the land we now know as Israel. From that moment on, Moses resolved to lead his people out of Egypt to the land of milk and honey.
When Moses and the Israelites reach Mount Sinai God reminds them how he has saved them and then says; "Now, if you obey me completely and keep my covenant, you will be my treasured possession among all peoples, though all the earth is mine"