The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster should be seen and respected as a legitimate Religion (not just U.S, internationally)
A religion in noun form is described as the belief and worship in a superhuman controlling power. I believe that the Flying Spaghetti Monster is real. There is no reason to believe that this is not a legitimate religion, as it's credentials are as justified as mainstream religious practice.
Can mainstream Religions be considered a mental illness?
There is no known inflation of the definition of "virus" in the preceding argument. Going by one of the many definitions of the word virus in the dictionary, Dawkins could have intended to mean that religion "copies itself and typically has a detrimental effect", as the dictionary allows us to use.
Astrology is not a science
Rather than study the structure and behavior of the physical universe through observation and experiment as the Sciences do, so far their claims are based off of no evidence.
The taking of a life is not immoral.
Adjectives that describe the potential baggage that can come along with actions are typically not synonyms with the action being described.