That?s incorrect. You?re conflating Religion with the Social Scientific assessment of human ambition and opportunism. Christian Religion specifically has integrity in its teachings, and a Sociological analysis makes it clear that integrity and hypocrisy are classifications to distinguish individuals and subgroups. Modern Science is a Historical development made possible by a specific socio-religious context, and Science itself is subject to analysis in how it is used and applied by individuals and subgroups. The modern US-led model of business demonstrates how opportunistic businesspeople have dominated economic, religious, and political power. Movements of Christian integrity, led by the Quaker Friend Anti-Slavery Associations founded modern Social Movements and attracted other dissident Christians. It is that tradition based on Christian integrity that has been the most effective in challenging the modern extremes and abuses of economic and political power by opportunists. Religion has become a mere appendage in mainstream society, so that Fundamentalist hypocrisy and passive liberal hypocrisy both accept much of the economic status quo in the US.