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Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Want to Learn About Religion?
Ask an atheist or agnostic. That is the implication of a survey reported on (here) in today's Los Angeles Times. Aside from the expected finding that atheists and agnostics tend to be better educated than those of religious faith, the survey revealed that they tend to know more about religious teachings and practices than adherents.