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Has Religion Been a Good Thing for Humanity?
Religion has been a good thing for humankind.
Religion has created valuable moral codes and philosophical frameworks.
Religions emerged as an evolutionary adaptation. They spread the adoption of behaviors that provided evolutionary advantages.
Religion has motivated numerous selfless acts such as volunteering and charity.
Religious beliefs have a pragmatic value
Most of today's cultures and remaining world heritage are due to religions.
Religion is good for the psycho-social wellness of its followers.
Religions are useful as sources spiritual and personal lessons.
Religion serves as a meeting ground for people to come together, network and create long lasting relationships.
Humankind has wasted too much time, effort and resources on religion, with few to no practical results.
Religion has been used as a form of social control.
People have been led to do terrible things in the name of religion.
Religiosity is a sign of societies' failure: the least religious societies tend to be the most successful.
Religion has been useful in the past but is no longer of value, and is causing more harm than good.
Religions have been a prominent source of
all over the world and through all ages.
Religions have slowed down the human advancement in science and technology.
Organized religions discourage personal exploration and spirituality.
Global overpopulation is a myth.
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