DJ Droood wrote:I Don't think a bigger font or different colour will make any difference.
No, it won't.
There are 'Believers' and there are 'Truth Seekers'.
If you are a Truth Seeker then you fully accept that your beliefs can be wrong. And Gerrit is right, many scientific theories are also beliefs, backed up by (inconclusive) evidence. But in the 'truth finding' business it is usually considered a good thing if your beliefs are challenged and proven wrong, because it means that Truth wins.
If you are a Believer, then you believe, regardless of evidence, proof or truth.
If you are proven wrong, you just repeat your beliefs a little bit louder, or run away slamming the door, or blow some people up for the good cause.
And it doesn't make a real difference what to believe in, god, undetectable energies, that your husband cheats on you, it is all the same principle.
The dividing line does not run between religions, nor between religion/atheistm, nor druids/non-druids. Not even always between people, most of us have some of both. But when Believing sacrifies Truth, you have simply gone too far, imho.
In some cases 'Believing' is actually the best strategy, like in magical work, spiritual healing, mobilising people, motivating yourself to detonate your bombjacket. But it is a lousy quality to investigate Truth with.
OBOD training tries to trigger this awareness in people at some point. But I doubt its effectivity. I still have to see the first 'Believer' saying "ah, you are right, I was wrong