Atheists are not only good WITHOUT god, they are BETTER

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4 Responses to Atheists are not only good WITHOUT god, they are BETTER

  1. shematwater says:

    So, here is one article that would seem to refute the post.
    http://www.christianitytoday.com/edstetzer/2014/february/marriage-divorce-and-body-of-christ-what-do-stats-say-and-c.html
    Maybe the stats quoted are speaking of the ‘nominally religious’ as the article describes.

    Then there is this one that seems to agree with the post.
    http://www.religioustolerance.org/chr_dira.htm
    However, the study used for this article doesn’t seem to distinguish between the religiously devoted and the ‘nominally religious’ as the previous article does.

    Of course, here is a third one that agree with the first.
    http://www.focusonthefamily.com/about_us/focus-findings/marriage/divorce-rate-in-the-church-as-high-as-the-world.aspx
    So, which was used to support the claim made here? Let us see the study so that we may evaluate it.

  2. shematwater says:

    I am just curious where the statistics are coming from.

    • DeltaV says:

      Aren’t you curious enough to Google it yourself? Link us to what you find.

      • shematwater says:

        Oh, I will be looking up statistics in the next few days. But that does very little good. Unless I know which statistics were used as the basis of this post I cannot make any direct links between it and what I find.

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