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  1. I dare to suggest that this is due to several factors.
    First , to be an atheist, you need to be at least a person with an inquisitive mind ( I don't want to offend believers in any way ). That is , a person decided to move away from the centuries-old tradition of believing in the supernatural, so he thought about the validity of religious theories, looked for evidence and refutations. And from this , in my opinion, we can conclude that the causal relationship here is different. It is not believers who have reduced brain activity because of their faith , but people with increased brain activity are more likely to become atheists.
    Secondly, believers are more relaxed about everything. This is because the holy scriptures clearly indicate: how to live; what is good and what is bad; what will happen if you do the right thing, and what if you sin; they know what will happen to them after death, and so on. The atheist is constantly in search, for him all the questions, the answers to which are obvious to the believer, remain unanswered, respectively, each of his actions is accompanied by reflection. Also, while religious people believe that everything is God's will, for atheists, questions about the reasons for what is happening remain open.

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