The first is Evangelical Christianity - my mind made subservient to an irrational divine text, striving to live up to an idealistic moral code that is a very bad fit for the human animal, leading to a life of inevitable moral failures and lots of self-hatred, as a I viewed myself as a constant disappointment to God.
It's not in texts or books: it's how you feel inside. My Buddhist friends in Thailand had the same overwhelming sense of wrongdoing as my Christian and Agnostic friends in the United States. In Crime and Punishment, Dostoevsky writes about Raskalnikof, who's conscience forces him to confess. There are lots of real world examples--possibly in your life right now.
Christianity promises a "way" to overcome sinful behavior. For addictions, the twelve step program, based on Christian and Spiritual principles, is one of the most helpful tools in turning one's life around.
That extra Spiritual power makes a big difference in every day living.
How does Pantheism help you grow Spiritually, day by day? What are the guidelines, milestones? How do you feel and assess that growth?