Upon reviewing Kohlberg's three levels of reasoning process, I have decided that I do agree with his findings. However, I do believe that morality is based, at least for many people, on religious teachings and practices. In Kohlberg's levels, it is not until the last one, Postconventional Morality that any hint of religious morality comes up, as with the 10 Commandments. The cultural bias criticism seems to be the one that could refute the argument of religious morality, especially because only Christianity and Judaism follow the 10 Commandments, the example that was used in the textbook. Even though other religions do not have a strict "10 Commandments," they have a moral code that could reflect in many ways the 10 Commandments, therefore refuting the cultural bias. I think cultural bias has some truth to it, but I am not sure it is the most compelling of criticisms against Kohlberg.