For me it depends.
“In God We Trust” I can handle more easily because I trust in myself and I am my own God.
Having been a witness in court – being placed under oath by holding my hand on the bible didn’t bother me - because the book means nothing to me. I might as well be swearing to tell the truth on “Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Suess.
The public displays of the ten commandments are questionable to me. If my tax money was used to purchase the display – I disagree with it completely. If it is placed in a public school where my kids attend, then I have a problem with it.
Here in the United States - it all comes down to interpretation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution. For me – if it is being pushed or forced on me or my kids, or my tax dollars are being used to promote or endorse religion, I disagree with it. Beyond that – the herd can delight in their insanity all they wish.
My suggestion to you, besides obtaining a copy of The Satanic Bible and reading it, is to immerse yourself in the information contained at the Church of Satan website.
You can't guzzle whiskey and pinch pretty ladies' asses when you're dead.
Love life. Live life. Don't fuck with people unnecessarily. Don"t let other people fuck with you. Simple guidelines that that will help you to make informed, intelligent and Satanic decisions.
Constructive criticism is one thing but people that just point blank tell others what they should be doing with their lives without any kind of permission can eat a bag of hairy balls.