Once humanity moves on from the fear of death manifested in religion we will be able to finally focus on what's should be the most important goal.
The continuation of the human race and World Peace.
Religion breeds ignorance, hate, and division even though it's inherent creation is to try and make society better.
So please for the love of Jesus raise your children in the religions of math and science because that gives us a true understanding of our Universe and is as indifferent logically than human thought can be
This is an ignorant and completely uninformed opinion.
First off, it is absolutely untrue and makes no sense to say that religion "manifests a fear of death." In fact, if anything the exact opposite is true due to the promise of an afterlife. Recent studies suggest that death anxiety is actually lower amongst religious individuals for this very reason: http://www.hraljournal.com/Page/4%20Ya-Hui%20Wen.pdf
The analysis suggests the presence of both a linear and quadratic trend. Low levels of religiosity show a higher death anxiety. However, highly religious individuals show a lower death anxiety. This result differs from Templer and Dotson (1970), who found that religious variables do not relate to death anxiety. This result is similar to results obtained by Clements (1998), who reported that persons with intrinsic religious motivation show significantly lower levels of various types of death anxiety than those with extrinsic religious motivation do. The result of the current study is similar to those of researchers who argued that religiosity correlated with low fear of death (Clements; Kraft et al., 2001; Martin & Wrightsman, 1965; Minear & Brush, 1980–1981; Richardson et al., 1983; Suhail & Akram, 2002; Templer, 1972). We do not know whether religious persons owe the good life philosophy as a kind of consoling factor or not, so we recommend a further qualitative study. The present study found a linear quadratic relationship between IRMS and death anxiety. A strong belief system may foster a perception of increased control and predictability, which may lessen the fear of death.
Second, for all of the instances of people misusing religion throughout history, the social institution of religion is still the single most beneficent and charitable social institution throughout history. No other institutions have done nearly as much good in the world as religious organizations, and this world would be a much less charitable and good place without religion.
Everything can and has been misused or abused at some point throughout history - religions, philosophies (especially political), material objects, etc. That doesn't mean that you ban or prohibit these things. It just means that you put them in the right context to make sure that they are properly used. Western civilization has gradually moved to this point, and it has taken a great leap forward with the rise of liberalism (specifically pluralism) and the notion of human rights.
And people that think that religion is not an integral part of our inherently good nature are not up to date on history. Religion has always been and always will be an integral part of human civilization. TV series like Star Trek have inaccurately popularized this perspective that a world without religion is Utopian and perfect. That is extremely naive and absurd. A world without religion is not a world where logic, reason, and science reign; a world without religion is nihilistic, egotistical, and dystopian where greed, selfishness, and power are the only values that matter.
If you think today's world is full of bad things, wait until altruism and charity are no longer seen as "good" things. Yeah, religion was the primary motivator of this morality - read Nietzsche.