Why are (other) agnostic/atheists afraid of religion? I don't believe in god. But I have, in my music collection, some of Neal Morse's solo albums which are about his Christian awakening. I know some other non-religious people who have said that the music is great, but they don't want to get it because of the religious themes. Some of these people I know listen to plenty of music about death and destruction, but they have no problems separating their own opinions from the content of the lyrics there, so why the double-standard? It appears to me that a lot of agnostic/atheists are afraid of the idea of someone else thinking that they believe in god (and the example I have above is just one that is on my mind at the moment, because I'm listening to the music currently). I don't understand that fear. Who cares what other people think? I will listen to Neal's music in public, and sing along with his lyrics about Jesus when the music is good enough to sing along with, and if other people are unable to separate my own beliefs from that of the music's author, then that is their shortcoming, not mine.