Do stereotypes about religious people undermine their performance in certain tests? Studies have found Christians tend to underperform non-Christians when it comes to tests of logical ability.
Americans are becoming less religious, but what are we to make of the fact that so many still believe in God? A recent Pew report found that the share of those who think there is a divine power has declined only slightly, from 92% to 89%, since 2007. But we shouldn’t be viewing this as a counterweight to the rising tide of secular millennials. The bare percentage of people who profess belief in a god has never been a good way of defining religious commitment.
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