I see no reason to think there are any "god given" rights. People are free believe what they like about reality, based on their subjective 'perception' but, if they can't justify their beliefs, then others don't have to take them seriously.
Beliefs are like prisons, the believer can not think outside the circle, it applies to both religion and science. Understanding otoh is liberating, if you understand, then whether its religious or scientific, your mind can move on. However for the mind to be fully liberated, it must not just have understanding, it must also understand not understanding, for without that, one may mistake conditioned belief for understanding. Conditioned belief comes from learning by rote, like school learning, memorizing, whether it be science or religion.
Yes, dualism can never result in true understanding because the objective universe is the tip of an iceberg. like being only 5% of the universe. That is why you can not understand what is being said to you about the universal now, the universal now is the 100%. In correct religious practice, the other inner 95% begins to be realized in a subjective manner. Just so you understand, realization happens at the expense of the personal self, a fully realized soul would be pretty much selfless, think JC or Siddartha.
I've yet to see any reason to think that religion deals with reality at all.
So science deals with the objective 5% of reality, and religion is meant to complement the 5% with another 95% to make 100% of reality.
So I wonder what rational experiences has to say about the error of the scientific atheism? .