Would antipsychotic medication help fundamentalist Christians with their thinking?
- Oregon Alley CatLv 75 months agoBest answer
Fundamentalists are short on fun and long on mental. Couldnt hurt.
- EnigmaLv 65 months ago
STFU,stoopid. Quit stealing from you mommies purse and get a job,loser.
- Jesus is KingLv 55 months ago
I think just fine. The sad thing is is that you have a problem with the way Christians think so the real problem you have is with yourself.
- PubliusLv 75 months ago
Of course not, silly. I notice that you offer no logic nor evidence to back up your question. All you have is a simple appeal to ridicule. Think again, dear one, and try to use some logic next time.
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- choko_canyonLv 75 months ago
It's hard to know for sure. I mean I know you're not really serious and are simply trying to be critical and sarcastic, but there is some real merit to the growing notion that intense religious belief is a form of delusion deeply imbedded in the brain. Delusions are psychotic in nature, generally, so yes it's very possible that medication would have some salutary effect on fundamentalist belief. Good luck getting volunteers to test that theory however.
- 5 months ago
There is nothing wrong with our thinking
- 5 months ago
Valium probablySource(s): Ok
- Pirate AM™Lv 75 months ago
None, occasional use of caffeine does tend to benefit your thought processes, but realistically, you need to put in the time and effort to develop your critical thinking skills Possibly the best thing that a person can do is to realize the extent of just how little they know about most subjects.
- tentofieldLv 75 months ago
The best way to improve thinking is to improve education standards so that you teach people to think. Fundamentalists have not learned to think.
- Anonymous5 months ago
It would certainly help you.