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But not because of what you think. If you count all autistic people in our files, then yes, in general more atheists are autistic than believers. Nevertheless, your fallacy is that autism is not even close to be the main cause of atheism, of course. Autistic and non-autistic people are atheist for different reasons. Autistic people are atheist because they lack theory of mind. Non-autistic people are atheist because we ignore the theory of mind when it comes to gods, cause we know that it's misfiring.
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