Belief is so strong we believe something we KNOW isnt true ?
How cool is that?
(project im not telling you about)
You can KNOW factually that God isnt real or that 72 virgins are not real but your brain can still believe it none the less, how fcuked up is that?
Our evolved belief system is very powerful
For good evolutionary reasons
You can CHOOSE to believe simply because it feels better and thats what alot of theists do
Isnt this fascinating?
well not a project
lol tolle and Dawkins just tow the arbitrary line
just stereo types
They are not truly free thinkers
Dawkings is closer but he has to do what other scientist have to do and he just becomes another unoriginal thinker
This isnt cognitive this is, here why, thats where it ends, you dont get much from that
and others have said the same thing many times over
Its almost not real science, real science should be about being totally open, being experimental, investigating, and being unbiased
Its almost like they are a little more closed than they should be as scientists
There was nothing useful found in all that commotion he caused it was just entertaining and right, but it was a shallow victory and he didnt really experiment or investigate the religious side properly or experimentally
or in an experiential way
- PubliusLv 74 weeks ago
Speak for yourself, silly. Millions experience God for themselves every year. You should, too. It's the logical thing to do. Don't bother moving the goalposts. It's more evidence than you have to shore up your fantasy that there is no God.
- 4 weeks ago
You mean like today's Christians who continue to believe (((DEBUNKED))) roman catholic doctrine although they are "preaching another gospel and are ACCURSED" (Galatians 1:6-9)?
- UserLv 74 weeks ago
but I think most people only experience that condition VERY TEMPORARILY
and then their minds adjust to the new evidence that they have observed
and "they change their mind".
- 4 weeks ago
"We" don't know anything at all, humans can't even beat the common cold they're intelligence is pitiful.