1. The entire validity of a religion is premised on its ability to prove the existence of, and/or accurately describe God.
2. The dysfunction of any particular sect of a religion should affect one's perception of the entire religion.
3. The common practices of the ordinary religionist is adequate to describe the principles of the religion.
4. The very existence of a religion contradicts reason.
5. The operation of the religion is fixed and unchanging.
6. Anyone who defects from a religion is a credible witness against it.
7. The accuracy of religious prophesy determines its moral weight.
8. The number of people who do or do not take the religion seriously is of critical importance to the value of the religion.
9. The inspiration the religion provides or does not provide to otherwise talented / famous individuals is relevant to its acceptability.
10. The values of any religion are mutually exclusive to other systems of knowledge or belief.