Another side of the evidence that religion leads to favorable outcomes 


I've logged several studies that show that spirituality is associated with positive outcomes in life. This one, from Magic Statistics, is a bit different:

"Religious conservatives donate far more than secular liberals" 

In this case, shall we say that the positive outcome is in the person's own life, or in the benefits that others experience from it? (Does it matter?) 

Posted: Sat - November 18, 2006 at 07:58 PM           |


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