I was just thinking of this recently when discussing the Ender series with a few people and it's rather interesting how science fiction and fantasy can comment on religion. But does it even have a place? Can it go too far so you don't enjoy the story anymore? Here's a look at religion through several series: Ender, rather intolerant of other religions which changes from an accepting sort of universal faith to a "ram down your throats" preachiness. Inheritance, rather atheistic to the point where other characters (particularly Arya) make fun of religious people. And of course, we're meant to accept thei POV unquestioningly. Karen Miller's Godspeaker, perhaps the most interesting take. She shows quite a few different religions, one is defintely wrong (it involves killing lots of people and in blood) yet as to the "right" one she gives a few options, of one which is absurdly like the Catholic church. Narnia, the only religion that has ANY organised worhsip in Narnia is the cult of Tash in Calormen. I think he's a Satan sort of figure to oppose Aslan, but that's debatable. Hardly anything at all, though I have heard that in Gondor they worshipped Sauron once upon a time. Anything else to add anyone? And what is your opinion on this?