I have discovered that this site is not what I had thought it to be, and am therefore asking you to remove as a poster. I had envisioned this as a site to comply with the great commission, and now that I have learned that it is not; I have no more reason to associate with the site. My preference as a Christian is to aid in enlarging the Kingdom and will devote my efforts to that end on another site.
As Mr. Bultitude said we do actually need you to trigger the delete yourself by following the steps in the help. Even as a moderator I can't actually just remove your account. When you do delete there will be a 24 safety timer to make sure you meant it, then it will go away. I believe you would need to do this separately for here and your Biblical Hermeneutics account if that is your intent.
Know that there will not be any hard feelings on this end. You have been a valuable contributor—but at the same time I do understand the conflict of purpose. I feel it too often enough, and most of my life's efforts are elsewhere: places where to great commission can be focused on. This site is only for a niche need and if your purposes don't happen to mesh with that niche then it may not be worth the investment.
I wish you the best wherever you go.
If this is what you're set on doing, use the contact form and select "I need to delete my user profile" from the drop-down.
But I would encourage you to either stick around, or at least keep your user profile up. Though this site is not here for the purpose of fulfilling the Great Commission, I think the fact that it exists to aid in the proliferation of knowledge/information about Christianity is a great aid to those seeking truth. There are many committed Christians here (including me), and I think that is in large part because we see the value of these questions and answers as an aid to our individual fulfillments of the Great Commission (and other aspects of daily Christian living).
But there's only so much we can do to convince you to stick around, and I understand if you want to head somewhere that has the Great Commission as its goal, where you can participate in that directly. It makes sense.
As for where you might go afterward, if you haven't yet figured that out, you might consider:
Whatever you decide, all the best to you.
How about a cooling-off period?
Why don't you and I, along with all three moderators, @curiousdanii and @fredsbend grab a chat room and chat it up a bit? I'll make the chat room public so everyone can participate. Let's focus on what's wrong with this site and what we can do to make it better.
I don't want to lose your contribution and I know that a majority of Christianity.SE users feel the same way.