. . . the fundamental interconnectedness of all things.
There are infinite paths to arriving at a state of "synchronicity" with the universe and religion is one such path which has been tried and tested with time.
To the end that religion represents the unification of a people around an understanding of the world under a distinct set of highly valuable truisms that reinforce the feeling of faith in one's own conscience, it should absolutely be supported.
To the end that religion is taken advantage of by a people or an individual as a vehicle for destructive action or as a disguise for the selfish motive behind any action, it should not be supported.
Belief in God is good. Acting in the name of God is not good.
By definition the concept of God can never be understood by humankind to any degree of completeness. That is a given.
Only under the circumstance that God is objectified and thus "lost" is there a problem with the concept of religion.
The degree to which one is on any "side" in life is a way of measuring likeness in form of perceptual reasoning. And atheists and theists casting themselves as opponents is a matter of focusing on subjective distinctions rather than the whole image.
I'm very high right now.