The Hon. Min. Farrakhan teachers:
"The Honorable Elijah Muhammad taught us that the brain cells of the Original people are constructed to "think right." To "think right" means to think in accordance with Truth and Actual Facts. Thinking contrary to Truth does damage to brain cells and impairs the vision. If we are created to think right, we are also created to do right. Any act we participate in that is contrary to right thinking and acting creates an unwanted burden on the mind. The burden of sin covers the intellect, veils the vision and impairs the power of the mind to do the wonderful things Allah (God) created the mind to do." ~ Weighing Properly Physically & Mentally
|Gospel of Mark Ch. 6-25 (Illustrations by Sweet Media)|
In “Judgments About Fact and Fiction by Children From Religious and Nonreligious Backgrounds,” Kathleen Corriveau, Eva Chen, and Paul Harris demonstrate that children typically have a “sensitivity to the implausible or magical elements in a narrative,” and can determine whether the characters in the narrative are real or fictional by references to fantastical elements within the narrative, such as “invisible sails” or “a sword that protects you from danger every time.”
However, children raised in households in which religious narratives are frequently encountered do not treat those narratives with the same skepticism. "* The Young Turks hosts Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian break it down. Read more...