Does anyone here envisage a day when religious institutions would be sued to court to expunge hate verses from their holy books? We have all heard the cliché that "no religion teaches intolerance". This is false. Inasmuch as religious books contain some good morals, there are also verses that explicitly promote hate.
No need to censor any religious group's intolerant tenets. But even with religious privilege (lately misnamed by conservatives "religious freedom" ) on the rise since the 1990s, there's been good progress in limiting public funding of discriminatory religious programs. Even some liberal religious support this.
Many more freethinkers support ending the tax exemption that indirectly subsidizes religious groups. Ironically, though doing that would stop rewarding sectarian bigotry and begin leveling the playing field for secular groups, taxing religious institutions would require greater government involvement with them. That heretical utopian goal will always be messy.
They do have verses that are violent and have intolerance in them. That being said, no I don't see that day and it would be a violation of their freedom of speech. Religion has the right to express what they want. The hope is people will learn to think for themselves and not be so gullible.