What amount of contrary evidence would it take to get you to change your religion?
Since only one of the thousands of different world religions could be correct...chances are your religion is false. Would any amount of solid proof convince you to change your religion?
No way! Because religion is based on faith not logic. Evidence will not help anyone to change their faith because faith & logic never walks side by side. You talked about false religion but theres no evidence that the most popular religions of this world i.e. Christianity or Judaism is true. They are also based on faith not logic.
Religion is such an addiction that even if God comes & say that he has never sent a messenger nor a son, Christianity will think its not God its lucifer, Muslims will believe its not God its Satan trying to deceive & will continue to stick with their existing belief!!
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