The Examiner's Twilight Examiner, Amanda Bell, has written an article discussing the Twilight "religion" that has come about: Cullenism. The idea stems from the theory that there is spirituality in the series based on the morals that the Cullens possess and that if one is 'good' then they will be with the Cullens in the end.
These Cullenists believe "[j]ust like any other religion," that there is some spirituality to be had in the Twilight series, forming rules and principles upon which to base their tenets. Their creed, say the Cullenists, includes a base set of beliefs that "Edward and the rest of the Twilight characters are real," that "[t]he Twilight series should be worshipped," and that "[i]f you are good in life, you will be bless[ed] with eternity with the Cullens." Other than that, say the Cullenists, there "is not a limit to what you can believe in when it comes to the Cullenism religion . . . we will accept any other Cullenism beliefs you may have." Cullenists are also expected to read some of the books on a daily basis, "like the Bible" and make a pilgrimage to Forks.
You can read the full article here
What do you think about all of this? I'll give you a topic: Edward Cullen. Spirituality. Discuss!