The people who believe in 'weird' stuff don't bother me so much as the ones who believe sane, sensible and profound stuff. With the 'weird,' the odds of pointing out contradictions seems to go up. But with the sensible and profound beliefs, the sense of virtue is aroused and runs the risk of never being challenged. From there it congeals into an acceptable "belief" system. Belief systems are really OK as a starting point, for my money, but over the long haul, they are bound to consign anyone to hell.
For this reason, among others, Buddhists practice and find out what's true: No one wants to go to hell.
My two cents, obviously.
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