Oct 14, 2019, 9:07 AM
Three axis of Causality in Religion vs Science. 1) Intelligence, 2) Empathizing vs Systematizing. 3) Degree of familial indoctrination in Religion vs Science.
So The demarcation isn’t just IQ, but IQ and the Competition between Feminine Feeling vs Masculine Thinking. I was raised very catholic it simply ‘lost’ the battle just like religion won the battle for others – and everyone else somewhere in between.
Yet among they thought leaders here, most of us have a religious background and far more people than you’d think have studied religion, or considered a religious career.
So I don’t see a difference in our objectives, just means of achieving the masculine or feminine distribution.
And the Pagan is definitely masculine – extremely and unapologetically, and some of us ‘feel’ the masculine not the feminine. Conversely Atheism is definitely a feminine cognitive expression.
So as in nearly all our differences in understanding of the world, the question of religiosity is largely genetic and less so environmental, and the genetic difference is explicable as differences in one of the only substantial variables in the human brain: gender dimorphism.
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Reactionary Atheism (preference, monopoly)
Resistant Agnosticism (truth, markets)