Last week, we saw that religion can’t connect us to God; only Jesus can do that. When we obey the rules and perform the rituals, too often we don’t do it perfectly, or for the right reasons. But what about people who don’t do it at all? What about people who break all the rules? What about bad people whose rule-breaking hurts other people? If God doesn’t want religion, what does he say about irreligion? The answer can be found in the story of Jesus’ encounter with a tax collector named Zacchaeus. Pastor Luke teaches from Luke 19 in “Irreligion.”