Fascinating how numerous religions, with all their different beliefs and ideas, bank on a single greatest goal—control. Religion controls the way people think which is different from the conventional method of control equated with social and state laws. This, right here, is in many ways a huge problem in most religious constructs. Religion controls how we perceive things, to distinguish between what is good and what is bad, what is acceptable and what is unacceptable; religion practically attaches itself as an element of subconscious evaluation in the minds of people— to those that hold firm the different beliefs. This is good in the prospect of how it furnishes our thoughts to goodwill, however, it becomes a problem when such control weighs more on the conscious mind as opposed to the subconscious. This is what happens in the case of dogmatists, religious fanatics and extremists.