There have been 43 studies carried out, since 1927, which relate to religious belief and one’s level of education and intelligence. It was found, in all but four of the studies, that IQ and religion were inversely proportional. That is, the higher one’s level of education or IQ, the less one is likely to be religious or to hold beliefs of any kind. The findings were published in Mensa Magazine in 2002.
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