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    across the universe Olm the Water King's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by TSDesigner View Post
    Are NT's usually atheist?
    Are NF's usually theists?
    Are there any NT's who believe in god?
    Are there any NF's who don't believe in god?
    I have zero spirituality. Nil. Nada.
    I'm not sure how this would work in the Czech Republic or Eastern Germany where most people are non-religious or in Saudi Arabia where almost everyone is religious. This is actually highly cultural.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke O View Post
    INTP, atheist, I don't wear a fedora nor have I read any book by Richard Dawkins.
    You should get those things
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inis Mona View Post
    You should get those things
    I'm not a hat person per se. Though I DO follow Richard Dawkins on Twitter. He's yet to talk to me yet though.

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    Default The Sleep of Reason

    Belief in God puts us into a trance where our critical minds go to sleep for a while and we feel good.

    High intelligence is characterised by emotional restraint, so the highly intelligent are able to be guided by their reason rather than by their emotion.

    The opposite is also true that those with a lower intelligence are guided more by their emotion rather than their reason.

    Emotion of course is very important but only when guided by reason, for the sleep of reason brings forth monsters. - Goya 1799. Click on https://www.khanacademy.org/humaniti...duces-monsters

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    I believe it has much more to do with nurture than nature (so being raised into a religion than with MBTI type), but these correlations would probably be more attached to Si because of "preserving traditions" and whatnot.

    Personally, I myself am not religious. I do believe that the reason I am not is because my mom, who is a Christian (ENFP if anyone cares) actually was too lazy to take me to church regularly so I never really was absorbed in it enough and therefore questioned it more and decided I don't believe in it. Same with my INTP sister.

    I know five ISTJs, and only one of them is religious.

    All of the other ISFJs I know are strongly religious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21lux View Post
    I believe it has much more to do with nurture than nature
    This is a post I agree with.
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