The main problem is that you are not offering any reasons why the religion is wrong. OK fine you don't believe it, but if you don't have any reasons to think it's wrong other than, "I just don't believe it," then you can't expect people to just drop the belief.
You guys having a feeling that it's wrong is the same as us having a feeling that it's right, expect we try to back it up. You guys just seem to have no reasons why a person should think it's wrong.
Amazing, a statement from you that I have no real problems with. I much prefer statements like this instead of ones trying to argue against evolution by saying that we aren't glued to the Earth.
A belief, in and of itself, is neither right nor wrong. It would be like trying to claim that believing that chocolate tastes better than vanilla was 'right' or 'wrong'. It's what you do with that belief that matters. Dr. Seuss wrote a book that points this out called the Bitter Butter Battle. It's about two groups of people who butter different sides of their bread; the one butters the top side, and the other butters the bottom side. In its own right, it hardly matters at all. Who cares about which side of the bread someone butters?
Well, these two peoples did. They got into an arms race over it and were eventually poised to destroy each other entirely...over which side of the bread to butter. Because they were bound and determined to prove that their own belief was superior.
This is what religion - or the people who believe in a religion, if you prefer - has done for much of human history. We've had groups of people oppress, demonize, forcibly convert, or even kill other groups because they held a different religious belief. Even you, skeptic, are intent on trying to prove your own belief right and other beliefs wrong, by declaring that those other beliefs were founded by demons or whatever. The vast majority of religious beliefs, of any religion, are like that, and that's a huge problem. Because once you've started down that road and started convincing others of it, how do you make sure the Law of Unintended Consequences doesn't come back to bite you?