Atlas of World Religions

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Well, they can't all be right!! If the many theories on the origins of life and our universe can be mapped out like languages, they should be treated with the greatest skepticism. However I would bet that, in the same conditions, an experiment would deliver exactly the same results in San Francisco as in Medina: religion divides us, science unites us!
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I wouldn't even go as far as calling that a rough estimate. If the number of synagogues springing up in my area alone is anything to go by, I would say that the Jewish population is stronger than .2%. I bet it's some sort of cloaking scam to hide there numbers haha.
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Well, though I tend to ponder the same sort of things as Kristian, I'm just glad that they separated Catholicism, Protestantism and included Agnosticism. I'm always aghast at how many textbooks group Christianity and other religions into almost meaningless lump sums.
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Re: the number of undecided/agnostic/aetheist....I always wonder if people feel like a bolt of lightning will strike them if they don't answer "christian" on an anonymous survey.

On the map I was disappointed to see various sects grouped into larger units but I suppose I understand. But I wonder if "other christian" makes less sense than Sunni/Shiite?
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