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As a matter of policy, BBB does not endorse any product, service or business. BBB reports on known marketplace practices. My theory is rooted in neuro-science and I believe it to be correct but I would very much appreciate any critique that others may offer. If the theory is proven to be true, then we may have tackled one of the biggest fears that leads people to cling to irrational beliefs despite all evidence to the contrary.

You are assuming that you know the truth, and also presuming overly much about the reasons people have religious beliefs. Thanks for the reply. You are correct. I am assuming that I know the truth. I am assuming that I know exactly why people have religious beliefs. Is this not how the scientific method works?

You pose a hypothesis and allow others to challenge it to see if it stands up to scrutiny. I welcome any challenges. Hello Mr. I believe you have good intentions as well as cognitive abilities, but someone could easily call your theory pseudoscience. I think you presume to know too much, and got carried away into believing things that have not been proven, then build a theory uppon those things.

The scientific method is a slow and arduous process. I see that you have put a lot of effort into formulating your theory. Consider that if you had spent this effort towards real scientific progress you might have made something palpable and helpful instead of another new-age pulp philosophy blog.

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In scientific work, all hypotheses are tentative, they are not taken as true. They are also based on data. While you have referred to a good deal of neurophysiology, and are arguing that certain tendencies are built into our make-up, you seem to be vastly over-generalizing. If you hang around this forum for a while you will meet several theists who will disagree with you about their reasons for believing and will be able to discredit your assumption as to why they believe.

One thing that I have learned is that we all have different neuro-associations as to what means pain and what means pleasure. I perhaps should have been more sensitive to the fact that there are people in an atheist forum who have strong feelings against religious terminology. I understand that some new age types attempt to use scientific language to bolster their illogical beliefs.

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Please do not lump me into the same category as them as I am genuinely interested in the truth and am willing to abandon this theory in its entirety if it is proven to be incorrect. I agree. This is why I posted here. I am not a scientist, but am reaching out to a community of people who might be able to point me in the right direction. I have already begun reaching out to a few neuro-scientists for assistance.

If you have any thoughts as to what steps I might take to turn transform this theory into something that can be either proven or dis-proven with real scientific data, they would be appreciated. Thanks again for taking the time to read the article and offering your insightful comments. They are very much appreciated. Thank you for the reply. I accept your point about taking hypotheses as tentative until they are proven as true and am very eager to devise a means to either prove or disprove this hypothesis with data.

With regards to the reasons why theists believe what they do : Respectively, I would challenge your logic. We may be lying to ourselves. Or we may not be in touch with our emotions enough to actually know our real motivations.

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Or we may not be aware that the science of how our brain works is at odds with our beliefs. When I say that people are motivated by emotions rather than reason, this is not conjecture, this is science.

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This is the way that our brains evolved. Emotions came first because the amygdala came before the anterior cingulate cortex. The ACC hub serves to regulate fear-based decisions of the amygdala and the better we are able to regulate our fears the greater our ability to utilize reason. You can disagree with this if you like. But I would challenge you take stock of your current emotional state and be honest with yourself about WHY you are disagreeing with it. Are you being influenced solely by dispassionate reason? Or is there some part of you that is upset by this idea?

Are you allowing that feeling of being upset to influence your beliefs and actions? Our brains have been molded by evolution to work in this way. A broken leg is pain. Paying taxes is pain. Losing a jury trial is pain. Having an angry wife is pain.

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Truth is not pain unless the doctor tells you that you have prostate cancer. There is no one reason theists believe. Some, such as myself, believe primarily because of our personal experiences.