T.R. Brown - I use to believe the same thing. I still believe that there are those amongst the religions who do become spiritually enlightened. Unfortunately though I've also met a lot of literalists and they tend to lose sight of the spirituality.
reeltaulk - I understand what your saying, but everyone likes to learn something new. When I sit back and look at this, I can't help but try to understand what it is that seems to be missing. More especially missing from religion, as I thought they were suppose to be ways to enlightenment, which would be found through spirituality and not through a literalist view. I see more and more of a literalist view taken on every religion though and I'm having a hard time understanding that.
msorensson - I originally thought that way as well but I don't see it from others. I see everything being taken as literal or undeniable fact which doesn't make sense to me.
stanwshura - Your post unfortunately shows part of the view I was talking about. In the first two sentences you converted from spirituality to a God. That is one of the biggest problems I've seen. That's not spirituality. Spirituality starts from with in and vibrates with one's soul instead of grating against it.
Dubuquedogtrainer - I'm not sure you even understand what your saying. Just want to point out though, that the Bible is the religious doctrine for Christianity. That being said I assume that your for Religion.
Thank you all for your replies. Some of you have given me something to think about. I will think on this, and perhaps see about writing a hub dealing with such things. Thank you again for all the replies. (Feel free to reply still if you want, I will check back from time to time)