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Nonreligious Americans See Evidence of Creator

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“American Views on Reasons to Believe in a Creator” finds that traditional evidences for belief in a creator resonate with most Americans, including many of the nonreligious. Students can gain clarity on the assumptions among and about the nonreligious from this study.  For example, more than 4 in 10 of the nonreligious believe physics and humanity point to a creator.  A third say human morality indicates a creator who defines right and wrong.  And although the nonreligious are less likely than other Americans to see evidence of a creator, they are more likely to agree (46 percent) than disagree (40 percent) with the statement: “Since the universe has organization, I think there is a creator who designed it.”

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