Tom Rees over at Epiphenom highlights a piece of research that seems to suggest that the well-being of religious adherents is linked with the intensity of their religious belief.
The ‘hardcore’ religious score highly in well-being and happiness, with the moderately religious scoring poorly. In fact, it would appear that the moderately religious score worse than atheists and agnostics.
It would seem that the moderately religious need to ramp up their faith somewhat.
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