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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Atheists, Agnostics Angrier at God

According to new research, it appears that agnostics and atheists get mad at God more often than believers. Believers are more apt to accept what they believe is "God's plan," although they admit to being angry at God throughout their lives, as well. Anger at "the image of God -- what they imagined God to be like" is most common amongst non-believers and the bereaved.

The lead study was authored by psychologist, Julie Exline, who is continuing research which is open to more participants.

© C Harris Lynn, 2011

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