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Less religious affiliation doesn’t necessarily mean more atheism

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Less religious affiliation doesn’t necessarily mean more atheism In his July 27 letter to the editor, Bob Scher claims that “rational thinking” is behind the “decline in religiosity in American life,” as charted in a poll by the Barna Research Group. He ascribes declining numbers to “a turn toward agnosticism and atheism.” Mr. Scher went on to write that young people, in particular, “are increasingly finding religious teaching irrelevant” due to the “myths” of faith, ...


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cheeseburger
August 21, 2013
6:32 p.m.

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people are just getting smarter.none of the 100 religons are really believable.

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