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Being religious doesn’t make you insane. Using religion as an excuse to do things to people you wouldn’t normally do is.
Believing that one or more super beings popped out of nowhere to create reality is no more insane than believing reality exploded out of nowhere, or believing that reality was always here, but it merely seems like it came from nowhere; or believing that in reality, there is no reality, and we’re only imagining that it — and we — exists.
Besides, behind the religious insanity was usually some issue of wealth and/or power that was using the religious insanity as cover.


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