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Do people put faith in God because they're weak-minded?

  • You only do because your weak minded

    Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people. – Karl Marx

    THERES NO GOD, IM AN ATHEIST, YOU ARE MADE BY CHANCE. You GO TO WHERE A ANINAL WAS BEFORE BIRTH, GOD IS A LIE AS WELL AS SANTA

  • People put faith in God because they are not well educated.

    Faith was an important aspect of society in a time when little was understood about science because it outlined a purpose for the existence of everything. As our understanding of science grows, however, faith plays a less and less significant role in our lives. Those who hold onto faith above science tend to be individuals who are not well educated and are somewhat ignorant of many scientific principles either because they choose to be or are persuaded to be by those who are much more manipulative than themselves.

  • Hmm, not necessarily.

    In a lot of cases, people believe in God because of that, but in a lot of other cases, it's simply because they genuinely believe in such a superior being. In other, very common cases, people believe in God because they value tradition and their beliefs are part of their traditions.

  • Variety of Motives

    People have several reasons for believing in a god or gods. Many were taught that way, and many genuinely believe it. Some use it as an escape from shame or fear, which would be the closest to being "weakminded" in my opinion. People believe the things they do for a variety of reasons, so I refuse to agree with such a blanket statement.


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