The False and Conflicting Experiences of Mankind: How Other Peoples' Experience Contradict Our Own Beliefs, in the following sections:
What Causes Religion and Superstitions?, in the following sections:
Errors in Thinking: Cognitive Errors, Wishful Thinking and Sacred Truths, in the following sections:
Religion as the Result of Human Mythmaking, in the following sections:
Human Story Telling: The Poor Accuracy of Oral Transmission, in the following sections:
Why Question Beliefs? Dangers of Placing Ideas Beyond Doubt, and Advantages of Freethought, in the following sections:
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!
Religion, Violence, Crime and Mass Suicide: 1.2. The Role of Strange Beliefs
United Kingdom: National Successes and Social Failures
The Internet and Religion: 5. How Would A Monotheistic God Talk to Us All If Not Through a Website?
Scientific Theories Must Make Way for New Evidence: 1. Errors in Thinking: Cognitive Errors, Wishful Thinking and Sacred Truths
Eckankar: The Religion of the Light and Sound of God, The Ancient Science of Soul Travel: 6. Soul Travel (Astral Projection)
Astrology: Do Observed Positions of the Planets Influence Our Lives in Mystical Ways?: 6. Thinking Errors
Hallucinations, Sensory Deprivation and Fasting: The Physiological Causes of Religious and Mystical Experiences: 1. People Have False Experiences
Simple Answers in a Complex World: What Causes Religion?
Why are Our Memories Unreliable?: 3. Thinking Errors
Some People Become Religious to Aid Motivation to Reform Their Behaviour: 1. Simple Answers in a Complex World
Pseudoscience and Health: The World of Alternatives (to Truth): 3.5. The Enthusiasm of Amateurs: Freethought Without Skeptical Thinking Leads to Deception