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Well said, CJ. Yet, I've built a lifetime on thinking objectively and with complex abstractions, and I'm deeply religious in the sense of spirituality. Skepticism is flawed with bias. Restraint with humility is a better paradigm.
Well said. IQ tests are very biased. In a Sociology class I took an IQ test geared towards African Americans and I scored very low something like 40
I would think that the biggest problem in the world is that one should be subservient to any government or any theistic mandate. This leads to a theocracy, which can only lead to a nightmare, as history shows.
Belief nor disbelief is a cause for intelligence, but there can be correlations and could possibly be a cause to the correlations. But that is all up for debate and something that is near impossible to prove true or false.