Come on, guys. It's been almost a decade since we've entered the 21st century and still the majority of America abide by a set of religous beliefs. First of all, science is not a "concept based on faith" (according to some people) since it actually produces theories, and new/more effective theories can replace older ones to further adapt mankind to its universe. Evidence is also the core of science, and I for one believe that the "Theory of Evolution" sounds misleading since this "law" has already been proven. As for religionists, the fundamentals do not ever change and are entrenched completely. But the interpretations themselves are so diverse and localized that there is no way to tell who holds the "right voice." Also, people use religion to only match their own needs, not to "glorify god" or any of the sort. One example would be the belief in god merely to avoid going to hell. And then there is the cultural perspective. Until the middle of the 20th century, fornification, masturbation, oral sex were all in the realm of sin. Nowadays, people don't give a $hit about it and follow all their physical desires, Christian or not. Also, the church has been wrong several times in the past when they stringently claimed(brainwashedly) that god had created the earth to be at the center of the universe. Well? Now it's this and that, and any kind of evidential argument against god is always refuted by "oh, that's just a test of faith." MAJOR Brainwash. The "logical" arguments don't make sense, either. I mean, if god were all-powerful and all-knowing, then why doesn't he just blow the hell out of Satan? What is the meaning of repent when anyone can do it 'sincerely' before they die? I could go on and on, but I have to go eat breakfast so I will get back to my list later.