Take a Walk through the Fundie Mind

Have you ever wondered why Christian fundamentalists and conservative evangelicals are so quick to run after lies and embrace them as truth?  Have you ever wondered why these same fundies, conservative Republicans, and followers of the so-called Religious Right are so utterly gullible? Have you ever wondered why these same groups of people feed on FOX News and its well-known distortions of truth as if they are mother’s milk? Have you ever wondered why Christian fundamentalists and conservative evangelicals distrust facts and believe in utter nonsense instead—like modern humans and dinosaurs lived at the same time and played together? Have you ever wondered why fundies are magnetically drawn to silly and untruthful tourist attractions like Ken Ham’s Noah’s Ark venue in Kentucky? Have you ever wondered about the very real Biblical concept of spiritual blindness—and why spiritually blind people like the fundies can look straight at a truth right under their own noses—and totally miss it?

Well, if you have ever wondered about any of these great mysteries, new research conducted at Harvard University and Northeastern University has revealed some sound answers. A synoptic article on the results from this research is posted on the Business Insider website, which is an American conservative website—and from the tone of the article—they clearly buy into the results from this research. If you would like to read the results, please click on the following safe link to this article—and get some really good enlightenment:

A Walk Through the Fundie Conservative Mind

Be sure and share this main blog post with all your friends, family members, and acquaintances.  I feel sure that they too have wondered about this weird phenomenon for many years. Be a friend and lead them from darkness out into the daylight. You know what Jesus said, “Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” (John 8:32).  Remember—all truth is God’s truth.

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