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Losing Your Religion? Analytic Thinking Weakens Religious Belief

Losing Your Religion? Analytic Thinking Weakens Religious Belief
Alexandra Sifferlin April 27, 2012

Most of the world’s population believes in God, or gods, but alongside them there are also hundreds of millions of nonbelievers. What makes one a believer or not? Read more...
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