Closing the Gap between Psychology and God

Discussion in 'Religion Archives' started by Mind Over Matter, Jun 29, 2012.

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    Isn't it interesting how a person who believes that God is unkind to them for no reason experiences nearly clinical levels of worry. Why is it interesting? Because you yourself don't believe that God would be unkind to people for no reason. In other words, you'd agree that such a belief is merely an imagined reality. Yet such a belief still has real consequences. So we have established, then, that real consequences (whether they be positive or negative) can follow from imagined realities. This is what the study highlights, although I suspect that you are thinking that it is highlighting something else.

    Oh, and isn't all this just kinda really obvious anyway?
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