I felt uncomfortable at this point because I don't think that religion should be forced upon anyone. I don't want Christians telling me that I'm a bad person and that I'm going to hell. They have a right to their beliefs, and I have a right to mine. I refuse to force my athiesim on anyone. Maybe, if they were really bothering me, I would, but that has never happened to me. That's what freedom of religion is all about.
My opinion about the God vs. no God argument is that it cannot be proven either way. Even trying to bring facts into it doesn't help, since it's a matter of belief.
On the other hand, much of our morality comes from religion. We don't think it's moral to kill ourselves, but in other cultures (most notably Japan) suicide was a noble thing. Same thing goes with the Mayans and ritual sacrifices. Should laws be based on religious beliefs? Is it right that much of our laws today are based of religious morality?
The main question is, should we force our religion on others? Is it right that we should be forced to say God every morning? How much should religion affect our laws and country?
I'd love to see your opinions on this.