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The case is that a woman ended up murdering one of her children and subjecting others to abuse as the result of a fervent religious belief that has been taken to the point of delusion. This is the problem with religious belief. it is accepted in society. No matter how wacky, if it is part of the major religions it will find some level of acceptance, tolerance and, in some cases, support. So when does it cross the line? When does simple cognitive dissonance (which does not cause harm to anyone beyond the person engaging in it) become delusional to the point at which adhering to a faith becomes more important than reality? Blind faith is dangerous and the only recourse I can see is education and broadening one's horizons. Unfortunately, it seems that not many people have access to or drive to do this, while at the same time faith-based delusion is encouraged.
Skeptical kinkster musing on whatever takes my fancy!