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  1. From the point of view of the essence of religion, and in my opinion, the younger a religion is, the more sensible it is, because its founders are forced to take into account the current living conditions of people and the need for spiritual rebirth and human development. Thus, Christianity is more sensible than Judaism, Islam than Christianity, Baha'iism than Islam, and Aurarusism (new Orthodoxy) than Baha'i…

  2. The question is clearly provocative, all religions are in many ways quite sane, and if you do not see the point in them, it does not mean that it does not exist for those who believe. Please learn to respect other people's beliefs.

  3. At the State Museum of the History of Religion gmir.ru you will be able to see the diversity of religions, and the understanding of what is healthy in a particular religion may come and become clear a little later.

    There are many opportunities to engage in historical research on religion. Generally. As time passed, canons and dogmas changed ( for example, they discussed what was good and what was bad at Ecumenical councils). Dogmas and canons were modernized, becoming more sound and modern.

    Any religion that answers most common-sense questions in a given area, locality, in my opinion, can be considered sane if it solves most of the problems.

  4. This is very subjective… Sanity is generally a complex concept – that to one a sound idea is absurd to another…

    As for religions, here is an example of an interesting new religion: the Church of the Higher Mind (Suratsianism): http://www.suratio.ru

    Quite an interesting phenomenon and suggested truths imho.

  5. Most of them are sane, it's just that people manage to mess things up. That Christianity, which preaches love for one's neighbor, has become a tool for the struggle for power and wealth, that Islam, which taught responsibility and a decent lifestyle, has turned into a stagnant religion with a bunch of useless and outdated traditions. Even Buddhism, which shows people how to find their own path to happiness, has become a hotbed of debaters, what the Buddha actually said with appeals to authority.
    If you want to learn to see the wisdom of religion, learn to see its essence.

  6. Yandex Zen.

    Zen does not involve mysticism. Only accepting the world as it is, without explanations or supernatural beings. Zen does not even involve morality, which makes it seem immoral to many people, but in reality it is not.

    In a simple way, Zen teaches you to reject all interpretations and interpretations and accept the world as it is, without breaking it down into its component parts and elements and without thinking about it.

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