I don't know why me having a different understanding than you, makes me wrong and you right, rather than me having gall to propose something you are uncomfortable with in search of a middle ground, but I do understand the law and how hard it can be to change for some and how easy for others (usually requires $, but not always). Mostly, I am not so narrow in focus to ONLY be looking at Scientology, nor only looking backward. Squirm if you will, but this article shows quite clearly that religion can take advantage of overly broad laws, and I have already pointed out that laws don't have to change to change what is going on. I am secular, I think religion makes no sense regardless of what religion we are talking about, but i support an adults right to practice as long as they don't push it on me, which somehow happens all the time anyway. I'll keep looking at the forest, you keep looking at the tree, that is how balance works best. And yes, MOST children follow the religion of their parents, but asked a parent whose child ran away at 14 and joined a cult if that is ALWAYS the case. Personally, I wouldn't expose any minor to religion, at home or otherwise, religion is the worst oppressor of free thought in both children and parents, IMO, but that's just me, I'm a dictator like that.