I'm already married... to a non-religious person. But had I been single, the answer is NO! I would not, ever, in a million years, get involved with someone who believes in any kind of religion. I have my reasons not to believe, that will never ever change. I won't even consider an agnostic either. I've tried, it failed miserably.
It always end up on the same catch22. When there's an argument, my religious ex's always rolled with the "You just think like that because you don't believe in God". And that's the thing, it doesn't matter how right you are, if you don't believe in God you are wrong it the eyes of the believer. They will keep forever pushing the idea that "you will feel better if you come to church". And they will never ever understand why it is the actual opposite... it gives me nausea to even think about all the liers, cheaters, robbers, abusers, etc... all gathering together, padding each other's back, making themselves believe they are actually good people.
I also want a wife that doesn't cheat, or lie. But I want her not to cheat or lie because of her love to me, not because of fear of God. Makes sense?
That said, my entire family if religious to fanatic levels, I love em all and I respect whatever beliefs people have. I'll never try to convert someone out of their religion. I just want my non-belief to be respected to the same level at that part just never happens.
PS: I'm not an atheist. Atheists can still believe in spirituality, life after death, reincarnation, ghosts, dragons, fairies, flying teapots, etc. I don't believe in anything that requires blind faith. I am an apistevist.