posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 07:02 AM
My favorite observation of this little study is this one:
First, students were randomly assigned to look at images of Auguste Rodin's sculpture "The Thinker," or of the ancient Greek statue of a discus
thrower, "Discobolus." Those who viewed "The Thinker" were prompted to think more analytically and expressed less belief in God — they scored an
average of 41.42 on a 100-point scale, compared with an average of 61.55 for the group that viewed the discus thrower, according to the study.
This would tend to suggest that all the Sports minded are the intuitive types not given to logic and critical thinking. Sports minded do things on
impulse. Toss them an idea and they'll run with it, even in the wrong directions and without checking for accuracy.
As an example of the problems this causes. This would explain why this lower realm type mindset would take off on making Jesus god with the
rejection of Jesus' own words of not being god:
Perhaps more importantly is the fact that Yeshua referred to himself as a prophet, as seen in the words: "But Jesus said to them, ‘A prophet is not
without honor except in his own country and in his own house’" (Matt 13:57 RSV). When conversing about his crucifixion, Yeshua again spoke of
himself as a prophet, as seen where it is written: "Yes, today, tomorrow, and the next day I must proceed on my way. For it wouldn’t do for a
prophet of God to be killed except in Jerusalem!" (Luke 13:33 NLT). Thus, Yeshua told his disciples and followers that he was a prophet.
It appears this study has found a valid point or two.