Religion is discrimination and intolerable for peace in the world. As a contracted teacher for registered institutions I was bound by a code of ethics to not discriminate against any person according to their gender, race, sexual preference or creed. However the first three are not things that people can change about themselves whereas the last one is definitely a choice by anyone. The reason it is included is a convenience to avoid the trouble caused by religious discrimination wherein people have made a choice and believing they are superior by that choice also having a right to demand it. Ironically for educational institutions this choice might include non belief in scientific evidence that dinosaurs once existed or that someone could return from the dead. Actually immaculate conception is now possible for scientists via cloning which means they are now God too. The New Internationalist magazine recently quoted 46 percent of Americans believe in creationism insisting dinosaurs are a figment of everyone’s imagination. I wonder if someone did stick a fossil up their bums that they could prove in a court that they were abused if the bone never really existed! But true spirituality is judged by compassion so I must accept these religious people in the same way they excuse other superstitious cultures – as a curiosity – and I will continue to attend Theological Societies to surround myself with people who are truly spiritual and not dogmatists.