(I probably shouldn't get too deep into discussion when my back is as sore as it is, distracts me from making points as well as I could.)
So you went to church since you were 8 with your family (catholic church?) and you kept going to the very same church, even though you never believed until you were 25? That seems a little strange to me, especially if you're relatively opposed to it for the whole/most of the time. I stopped going to church with my family the very first time, it got into an argument that my parents vehemently disagreed with as Christians. I guess, it's really hard to get into personal experience and faith really is just something more personal and can't really be pushed on anyone. (Though, I honestly never felt the appeal of the church either.)
I don't disagree that atheists in america treat Christianity like there's some kind of war to be won. But I feel like it's antithetical to the idea of not wanting to impose your beliefs on others. There isn't discrimination towards non-christian's in law. Honestly the idea a certain group is ruling the world and that's why they need to be taken to task, really feels like some "Jews run the world" type of stuff. Not saying that your implying such, in anyway. But I just don't see people happening to be religious, like most of Americans claim to be, automatically a problem, if no actual harm is coming from it.
I'd absolutely disagree that it's not a problem here, and if not dealt with elsewhere it certainly will become one here. (Some want sharia law in america and no go zones are starting to become a danger. For instance.)centerforsecuritypolicy.org/2015/06/2…