A new study suggests non-believers are more likely than the faithful to be generous when they see a stranger in need
Here’s a new study that might not go over well in church: Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, say atheists and agnostics are more likely than highly religious people to show compassion for strangers. Are the faithful really less generous than non-churchgoers? Here, a brief guide:
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