I am an atheist (some of you may know this) but... why should we discriminate against those simply because of different beliefs? It really is no better than discrimination based upon skin colour, or other physical aspects. It is unacceptable intolerance and such discrimination has no place in a civilised society.
I don't care what religion you are as long as you're not shoving it onto a society including me
Duhhhh unless, that is, their religion is the cause for unlawful acts committed on their part.
People's behavior depends on their religion. Discriminating against someone because of their behavior is reasonable.
What you believe is a choice. Just because we accept all different types of people does not mean all ideologies, ideas and beliefs are equal as well. We must debate ideas, and in the process, some ideas will be left behind. I do not think you should dislike anybody based on their race because their race is not a choice, and aside from that it does not hurt anybody. Some religions, on the other hand, do hurt people. Do you think that Aztecs should be allowed to kidnap people and sacrifice them? If we do not allow that, then aren't we discriminating against their religious beliefs? I do not think there should be a state religion, and I believe in freedom of religion as far as it does not hurt anybody else. Let people do as they will with their own lives, but that does not mean that they can do bad things to other people, even if their religion does say that they should. Simply put, religion should not supersede other laws. In only that way, we should discriminate legally against religion. As for an exchange of ideas: Because religion is a choice, it is fine to find some ideas absurd and counter them.