>The "my religion is right and yours is wrong attitude" based only on where you live or how you were raised culturally and no evidence is suspect. I cannot support the superstitions of one people being thrust on another just because the first think they are right.
Amen to that! ;-)
One of my biggest gripes about scouts (that is, BSA, since I don't think it is the same in other countries, nor in GSA) is their policy on religion. If you want to be a merit badge counselor, even, you have to sign something that essentially says (this is paraphrased, since I don't have it in front of me) that in order to be a good, moral person, you have to believe in a deity. While my son is in scouts, I don't make waves, but I find that totally offensive! Not to mention dead wrong. But the high muckymucks don't want to change, because, then, maybe they might be wrong about something, ya see....