Why doesn’t everyone believe in God?: The skeptical brain may hold the answer

http://www.salon.com/2015/07/05/why_doesnt_everyone_believe_in_god_the_skeptical_brain_may_hold_the_answer/

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  1. Critical thinking is not genetic. It is learned. Parents that pass on their theistic belief may have many attributes. The one missed is that they don’t teach their kids to think critically. Any number of life events can prompt us to think more critically to work out the imbalances. Teaching a child to work them out early ensures lack of belief. I could go on about how this happens in the brain but it is sufficient to say that it is not genetic.

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