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Why Question Beliefs? Dangers of Placing Ideas Beyond Doubt, and Advantages of Freethought

Human Truth Foundation pages (41):

What Causes Religion and Superstitions?, in the following sections:

The False and Conflicting Experiences of Mankind: How Other Peoples' Experience Contradict Our Own Beliefs, in the following sections:

Why Are There So Many Religious People? Parents, Local Culture and Inertia, in the following sections:

Christianity: The Bible Teachings on Those Who Believe Wrongly, in the following sections:

Errors in Thinking: Cognitive Errors, Wishful Thinking and Sacred Truths, in the following sections:

Time to Move On: Religion Has Cost Too Much, in the following sections:

Pascal's Wager is Safer in Reverse: Picking a Religion is Dangerous Business, in the following sections:

God's Methods of Communication: Universal Truth Versus Hebrew and Arabic, in the following sections:

Human Story Telling: The Poor Accuracy of Oral Transmission, in the following sections:

Religion as the Result of Human Mythmaking, in the following sections:

Religion and Intelligence, in the following sections:

Experiences of God are Illusions, Derived from Malfunctioning Psychological Processes: 1. People Have False Experiences

God Does Not Need Prayer, Prophets, Souls, Evangelists Nor Religion: 3. Evangelism

Fundamentalism and Literalism in World Religions: 2. Why Question Beliefs? The Descent Into Uncompromising Fundamentalism

The Christian Holy Bible: 3. How Would the True God Convey a Message to All?

Religion in the United Kingdom: Diversity, Trends and Decline

Subjectivism and Phenomenology: Is Objective Truth Obtainable?: 4. Thinking Errors

Mass Belief and the False Consensus Effect: Everyone Believes It So It Must Be True!

Souls do not Exist: Evidence from Science & Philosophy Against Mind-Body Dualism: 4.3. Out of Body Experiences (OBEs)

Religion, Violence, Crime and Mass Suicide: 1.2. The Role of Strange Beliefs

Pseudoscience and Health: The World of Alternatives (to Truth): 3.5. The Enthusiasm of Amateurs: Freethought Without Skeptical Thinking Leads to Deception

Free Speech and Defamation of Religion: 2. The Benefits of Questioning Ideas Outweigh Religious Sensitivities

Atheism and Secularism: 5. Intellectualism and Atheism

Out of Body Experiences (OBEs): Astral Projection or Soul Travelling?

What is Skepticism and Its Values?: 1. The Problem: We are Easily Mistaken

Spotting Bad Science

Why do People Join New Religious Movements?: 1. Simple Answers and Meaning

Broken Toys and Magical Thinking: 1. Fixing Our Broken Toys is Often Too Difficult

Scientific Theories Must Make Way for New Evidence: 1. Errors in Thinking: Cognitive Errors, Wishful Thinking and Sacred Truths

Some People Become Religious to Aid Motivation to Reform Their Behaviour: 1. Simple Answers in a Complex World

The Internet and Religion: 5. How Would A Monotheistic God Talk to Us All If Not Through a Website?

Simple Answers in a Complex World: What Causes Religion?

Anti-Religious Forces: Specific Factors Fuelling Secularisation: 2.5. Intelligence and Education

Science and Religion: 4. Intelligence Acting Against Religion

Hallucinations, Sensory Deprivation and Fasting: The Physiological Causes of Religious and Mystical Experiences: 1. People Have False Experiences

Poor Science: When Wayward Scientists and Psuedoscience Skew the Truth: 1. Spotting Bad Science

Astrology: Do Observed Positions of the Planets Influence Our Lives in Mystical Ways?: 6. Thinking Errors

Eckankar: The Religion of the Light and Sound of God, The Ancient Science of Soul Travel: 6. Soul Travel (Astral Projection)

The Crabtree Scale of Sources: Who Can We Trust?: 0. (1/10) Anecdotes and Personal Experience

Agnosticism

Why are Our Memories Unreliable?: 4. Thinking Errors

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