No way man...

  • Religion is about faith, about trust, about not only thinking something is true but fundamentally accepting it at the root of your being, without supporting reasoning, in fact, in spite of reasoning that is detrimental to what you wish to think. Religion is about accepting things not only without proof but because they have no proof.
  • Linux is about everything being open, free and completely visible. In fact with Linux you can change it if you are so able and so inclined.

Religion is accepting without knowing. Linux is accepting, but you can check it if you want.

Adalgeirr: You are completely right. I am referring to only the religions I am familiar with: Judaism (Christianity) and Islam. Out of curiosity what religion are you referring to?