Indeed, this is one of the reasons I am moved to laugh in a dark and sardonic manner, whenever mythology fanboys rail against secularism.
Most of whom are too stupid to realise, that secularism is the reason they’re allowed to cling to their absurd beliefs in the first place.
None of them paid attention in their history classes (assuming they attended any in the first place, of course) to the manner in which rival bands of mythology fanboys spent the best part of 1,500 years slaughtering each other in Europe, until the Enlightenment and secularism put a stop to said murderous mayhem.
The two basic principles that apply here being, for those who need the baby steps:
 You may choose any belief system you wish;
 You may NOT force others to make the same choice as you.
That second part is the part that really annoys a certain brand of mythology fanboy. The brand that thinks it purportedly possesses a “divine right” to force everyone else to conform to the tenets of one particular choice of belief system.
What most of the requisite wannabee theocratic brands of mythology fanboys fail to realise, is that it’s these two principles of secularism, that stop them from becoming embroiled in a vicious, internecine religious “holy war” launched by a rival set of theocratic mythology fanboys.
They also fail to realise another aspect of their idiotic and malign yearning for a theocracy. Namely, that in the violent contest to rise to the top of the greasy pole, there is no guarantee that they will be the ones that rise to the top, and start subjecting the rest of us to their Inquisitions, torture and mass murder. Instead, they could learn the hard way, that a different group of ruthless theocrats rises to the top, and that they are the ones occupying the dungeons instead of operating them.
But we all know, of course, that basic reason and a grasp of elementary concepts tend not to be found frequently among the mythology fanboys.