PF has guidelines on religion??? On a thread about "Jihad Jane" in the world affairs section I wrote that we should change our educational system in an atheist direction. I did not insult religious people, but what I wrote is judgemental about religion itself. Put differently, it amounts to saying that some fraction of religious people will do irrational things. The more religious people there are the more dangerous it will be. I may have written this message in a more charged way, but then it is a thread in which people write things like: "She isn't worth the rope to hang her." Now, my message was removed and I got 3 infraction points. I was told that I violated some guidelines that PF has on religion that I'm completely unaware of. Such guidelines are a problem for PF, because it prevents discussions on subjects were religion is relevant in a way that cannot even be discussed according to the PF rules. Also, this is primarily Physics Forums and the participants in the World affairs section will be primarily physicsists and mathematicians, many of whom are radical atheist. They may see solutions to World problems problems that most other people cannot even conceive of. To put this into a different perspective, suppose Steven Weinberg were a PF member and had written his famous statement here on PF saying that: "Good people will do good things, and bad people will do bad things. But for good people to do bad things -- that takes religion", he would have banned while the same discussion would continue with statements like: "She isn't worth the rope to hang her."