Dating and atheist
The fact is, when it comes to the existence (or not) of supernatural beings, there's no real hard-and-fast evidence either way.
Given that foundation, religion really isn't an issue.
By all means go to church, or the synagogue, but leave me to do my own thing.
Tell me about your beliefs (learning about other viewpoints can be fascinating) but don't try to convert me, and definitely don't try to say I'm going to Hell for being an unbeliever.
As of 2014, 3.1% of Americans identified as atheist — which Merriam-Webster defines as “a person who does not believe in the existence of a god or any gods.” That demographic has practically doubled since 2007, when it was at 1.6%, and the Pew Research Center anticipates it’s going to continue increasing.
Religious beliefs, or lack thereof, are important when you’re dating or in a relationship — disagreeing on these things can cause strain.