You know what bugs me about the title (something I saw on a bumper sticker yesterday)? The same thing that bugs me about organized religion, generally. It's the proselytizing. I have no problem, whatsoever, with someone believing what they believe. But, I have a serious problem with them trying to tell me it is the way that I should believe. There is no allowance for an alternative belief structure. If that saying had said, instead, "I found Jesus, I found peace" I'd have no complaint. Instead it tells me that I cannot have peace without Jesus. Horse hockey.
But, I am aware that some religions make conversion of others and "spreading the word" an integral part of their belief structure. Perhaps they see it as a divine commandant to "save" as many souls as they can. It is simply not good enough for them to believe in their deity and its divine power; they are commanded to get as many people to believe as possible and are taught that those that do not or will not believe are condemmed, possibly to even someplace they name "Hell". Are these people, then, not acting out of good faith and positive intent? And, doesn't that absolve them (assuming, of course, no harm is caused to another; I was not harmed by that bumper sticker, for example)? How does one reconcile that belief structure with a society that says all must be allowed to practice their own religion, without interference?
Now, generally, I ignore such things. I truly do subscribe to the "live and let live" philosophy of life. But, it occurs to me that these differences in people's belief structures (especially religious) are the underpinnings of most of the world's conflicts. I see no way to resolve them and it causes me great sadness.