So religion will not disappear from the face of the earth.
On the contrary, it will be more ubiquitous than ever.But gone will be the teachings of an angry, jealous, punishing Deity. Gone will be the moral justifications for vengeance and retribution. Gone will be the doctrines of exclusivity and "betterness" that have cast their shadow across the face of many religions in the past.
And alongside religion will stand a new form of human expression of the impulse toward the Divine, an expression that will not be rooted in codified texts and teachings, but in the moment-to-moment experience of each person sincerely seeking God.