Hi Norm? ......
IMO, there are different levels of religion/non-religion. At it's basic, where I am presently, there is simply a search for truth, no matter where it leads. I believe there is no deity at all. But how can I know. And even if there is, I feel like that intellectual search does our existence a service. If a deity can't handle my doubt, oh well.
Another level of religion is a belief in a god, but with no coercion of others. That is an acceptable position to me. Many, such as members of my family, have this belief, and do good things that are or are not based on these beliefs, but more importantly do nothing to bother others.
Others, perhaps meaning well, feel it is their duty to "save us." Bothersome to some, but if the argument is from good desire for others - oh well, I can handle it - even inviting Jehovah's Witnesses in for tea (and debate).
But the religious position that is not only convinced it is always correct, and is willing to do what it must to push those positions onto all of world society, demands that a website like whywontgodhealamputees.com
continue. The fact that we can only safely hold these arguments because of the internet says much about the dangerous intolerance of theism. Examples of these religious views we many times list here are the Taliban, or Westboro Baptists, or those religious people that refuse to go to a doctor, or African fundamentalist Christians that feel a duty to burn witches, or Christians that picket young women seeking advice at planned parenthood, or Hindus that still practice the caste system, or the sexism of Islam, or what is sometimes arrogance of Judaism and Calvinistic Christianity, or a protection of catholic priests (or any religious leaders) as "above" the rest of us.
And what about the wealth of religious organizations - if that is spread outside the church with an understanding of what little importance wealth is - no problem. But if that wealth is saved and built up from sheep-like believers that are only funding man's greed - that is also a problem. Anyway, that's a start - that's "where I go."
edit - grammar