Faith. Some [hick]reckon[/hick] that it's the root of all evil, while others see it as mankind's salvation. But whatever your personal persuasion, it's impossible to deny the role of religion in our everyday lives. War, peace, love, and hate: law, business, science, and human life are only fragments of the human condition that have been shaped by religion. For better or for worse, Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, and all of their trappings are here to stay. Or so we think. But what if religion vanished? What if our grandchildren struggle to understand the concept of 'gods' and 'fate'? What would happen to us? Some say that I'm too deep of a thinker, but our generation's steady secularization has me wondering about the eventual death of religion. Is religion's demise a real possibility? And would MR members be happy to see it go?