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← RDFRS UK/Ipsos MORI Poll #2: UK Christians oppose special influence for religion in public policy

Bernard Hurley's Avatar Jump to comment 16 by Bernard Hurley

I can't say I find any of this surprising. Obviously I had no ideas of the exact figures. However the real problem is still the number of people who identify as Christian because they think of it as "being a good person." This essentially turns the clergy into "goodness experts." I have been convinced for decades that it is this not belief in dogmas that gives the Christian religion a psychological hold over people.

Tue, 14 Feb 2012 02:54:59 UTC | #917481