Remember this one thing: Virtually every major problem in history and in our contemporary world can be traced to some religious foundation. Down through the years religion has motivated the massacre of millions of people in such horrific events as the Crusades, the Inquisition, and wars related to the Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-reformation. Slavery, ethnic cleansing, apartheid, segregation, racial discrimination and other oppressive practices all have been justified by some religious code or system.
Remember September 11, 2001? That was an act of religious terrorism. Perhaps this is one reason why so many people have turned away form all forms of institutionalized religions and opted to embrace such philosophies as humanism, communism and agnosticism.
Now after all that has been said, religion is still a natural phenomenon that exists in some form in every human culture, and always has been. As I study and read from Dr. Myles Munroe's book, "Understanding Your Place in God's Kingdom" and then read the Constitution over, I came to realize Jesus never came to bring mankind a religion called "Christianity" but a Kingdom Where did we miss it? Now I understand this invincible hunger, arising from a vacuum created by the loss of something man used to possess. It drives him to pursue answers beyond his own realm. It is called Kingdom (Genesis 1:26)