What is the correct grammar of this sentence?

"It attempts to show scientific proof that the teachings of all of the world's religions are wrong."

Should it say "false" instead of "wrong?"

Is anything else wrong?


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Most Helpful Girl

  • I would say "It attempts to provide scientific evidence that the teachings of all the world's religions are false."

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Most Helpful Guy

  • I agree with 9mfeo version of the sentence.

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What Girls Said 1

  • "This attempts to show scientific proof that the teachings of all the world's religions are false."
    Good luck, @RichardTheFrog. xx

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What Guys Said 2

  • "It attempts to present scientific proof the teachings of all world religions are wrong. "

    False does not mean the same as wrong and can not be substituted without changing the meaning of the original sentence.

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  • instead of all of you should write all the.
    False or wrong are both fine I guess.

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