Feel free to answer Yes or No. Or give your opinion.
If religious people had real faith in God, they wouldn't pass their religion on down to their children because they'd be sure that God would find them anyway. This should be put into law, making it illegal to pass on a religion. After a few generations, the world would be peaceful and free of all these warring spirits.
A completely secular country ( which I hope this one will be eventually sometime in the future ) still have to have rules, therefore a form of government is needed (not religion), there will be still common needs such as roads, services like trash collection, etc therefore taxes are still required (not religion), to pay taxes people will need jobs and the will to work (not religion), to get a job people will need education so this secular country will need universities (not religion) and the list can go on and on to things like a football team, a stadium, parks, museums, titi-bars, markets....everything life has to offer but religion. Of course you will still need the right from wrong type of system with police, courts and judges so they can put anyone sorry ass in jail if breaks the law... But not religion. Such country not only is possible...it is bound to happen, all you have to do is look at the historical trend over time. Give it another 100 years tops....
Well yes but knowing human nature we would soon find plenty of other things to argue about. There is no Utopia.
Most of us here are atheist, most are humanist but still we disagree on topics. Values that we base our laws on are so subjective. If I had my way every boring plain wall would be covered in beautiful graffiti. That wouldn't suit others. I would still argue with my neighbour about his loud country music.
But at heart, I am a socialist and so of course I would embrace those ideals. Religions are dangerous and exploitative and divisive. I see no good coming from them at all.
A completely secular country would be impossible.It would cease being completely secular, once the first boat-load of Pilgrims, or plain-load of Moonies arrived. And a completely secular World won't come about for many hundreds of years into the future. Maybe not even then. I think Humanity would first have to evolve to a higher level.
Yes, I would like to live in such a place and would be eager to move there. However, being human and use to comfort, I -- like many others who commented previously -- would like for this utopia also to have a comfortable climate. I often find myself researching the web to learn about places that are good to live in and have four distinct seasons, but cooler summers and warmer winters than my current residence.
I would seriously consider it, although I might feel once I got there that I was limited or regulated to believe what the allowable belief would be there. Regulated behaviour and belief is something that I wouldn't be comfortable with. I understand laws, etc., but there is a set of behaviours implied in the question. They sound better in general, but humans judge each other and that judgement can be uncomfortable anywhere. ie. You are with us or against us.