I think Religion is overrated.
I mean, if you believe in God, or whatever you call the higher power you believe in, that's great, but some people get so wrapped up in denominations it's not even funny.
Baptists, Presbyterians, Mormons, Methodists, Lutherans, Church of Christ, Pentecostals, the list goes on and on.
Who cares about denominations? They all believe in God and heaven, most members of the church get baptized, they all pray, what's the big deal? They're all a form of Christianity.
I've been to all the churches I've listed above, and even some other religions, and the one thing they seem to have in common is that they think they're right.
Don't deny it if you go to church. Most members think that their 'section' of religion is the right one.
It's crazy and hypocritical. Baptists are especially bad about this. How do I know? Well let's see, I've been to 5 southern baptist churches, 2 independent fundamental, and 1 baptist church up north, and a 'normal' baptist church too. Each one claimed to be the 'right church that will lead you in the path of the righteous'.
Crazy shiz if you ask me. And everyone wonders why I want to be a Buddhist.