The path to the extraction of religion from culture is a long one because of the intervention of popular culture which combines legend and delusions with texts that are memorized and not applied. The author calls for what he terms negotiation between individual and society to find a formula that intends to organize diversity (not pluralism) out of fear for the division of society, on the view that organizing cultural diversity is a means of understanding and being understood. This will certainly not happen before reform of education and the spread of knowledge culture and the adoption of science as a culture. The problem is therefore socio-historical and cannot be addressed without first analyzing and deconstructing it in order for society to reach an advanced level of moral conscience that respects the different opinions. This requires a reformist educational program that takes into account the level of intervention that has occurred historically between the religious tendency and cultural structures and the inexact conceptions this has resulted in for reading and interpreting texts.