Ohhhh... I don't want to do this because I'm really not good at debate! I hate confrontation!!!! But...
First off, let me say that I deeply respect everyone's opinion. The arguments here have been eloquent and well thought out, and are obviously written by highly intelligent people. So don't take anything I say as a personal attack on anyone! I just feel the need to throw my 2 cents in here...
If you look at the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, it plainly gives a freedom of religion. But no where is there a freedom from it.
Imagine, if you will, a nation with a right to a freedom FROM religion. That, to me, would mean that (albeit an extreme example, totally possible) churches would have to hide their steeples and message boards. Television evangelists would not exist. No one would be able to talk about their religion, or share their thoughts. Because if any of these things happened we would be infringing on another's freedom FROM religion. (I know this wasn't very eloquent, but please take it as it is meant!)
Our nation's freedom OF religion protects those that want to practice their religion, whether they're doing it at home, at church, at work, or in school. Yet, at the same time, it provides protection to those that do not want participate by giving them the freedom to choose which religion they want to practice... even none at all
I hope I made my argument clear and concise. I welcome comments from anyone that disagrees with this, just as I welcome support from those that agree!