I believe, “To each his own” but that doesn’t mean you get to break rules the rest of us follow because of your beliefs. We have to draw the line somewhere when it comes to what is acceptable and what is not. I think morality is a good system to go about this with. So, “To each his own within the confines of morality” is more accurate.
Everyone should have to play by the same rules. You have the right to worship, but you do not have the right to determine policy and choose what is taught in schools because of your religion. You’ll have to find other reasons. Reasons that do not depend on your particular faith.
I hate today’s country music, but I do not hate everyone who listens to it. Just as I hate religion, but I do not hate all it’s adherents. I’ve yet to meet an atheist who hated religious people so much he could not be around them. Most atheists I’ve met are surrounded by religious friends.
I believe we must learn to get along with the people we disagree with. The social structure and the well-being of society demand it. It will require much patience and dialogue— the antithesis of dogmatism.