Religion makes people ignorant, and worse, it trains them to love and adore it. They actively fight to stay ignorant, even to the point that they put their children at risk. Just look at history, read up on the child crusades. Look at the presen; the children who hold up the “God Hates Fags” signs, the children being trained in Africa to be soldiers, or suicide bombers for ISIS. Another example would be creationists in America; they are genuinely setting up their children for failure if they teach them creationism over evolution. Seriously, why would it ever be a good idea, to listen to Ken Ham over Stephan Hawking?
Religious people love being ignorant, to the point, which they are willing to kill; and for what, a book, which more often than not, is a book they have not even read. It is no surprise that atheists, have been found to be more knowledgeable of the Bible than Christians. How can someone dedicate their life to a book they have not read; does that mean that they dedicated their lives, to a fictional book title and a violent history?
I have a feeling that people read that last paragraph, and responded in one of two ways, either you enjoyed or hated it; if you were in the category of “hated it”, I wonder if you hate it, because of what I said, or if it is because it could be the truth. The sunken costs fallacy can be used to justify a lifetime invested into a single book, but to read it and find out that that life was wasted, is just too much to bear sometimes. Better off never reading it and keeping that investment sound.
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