Should I be aiming to found a religion even if I'm not shooting for a religious victory? In Civ5, I always founded a religion and set it up to compliment my chosen victory path. This meant science and food modifiers for science victories, influence and gold modifiers for diplomatic victories, production and happiness for domination, and culture and happiness for culture. I've only played one game of Civ 6 so far, but a cursory glance at beliefs suggests such an approach might not be as beneficial as it was in the previous game. Or at least it doesn't look like sacrificing the production to build an early Holy Site is worth it just for a few beliefs that marginally aid in a non-religious victory. But even if it's not, my own religious would presumably make staving off the spread of foreign religions. So should I go out of my way to found a religion for defensive purposes when I'm trying to win a science, culture, or domination victory? If the answer to this is "yes", how early should I be looking to build a Holy Site district? And is there any other advice you'd offer a newbie regarding religion? Thanks.