Wow. Read the article.
The poll gives us some information worth delving into. I found interesting the demographics that do believe in God:
- “People with no college education (62 percent) or who have some college education (57 percent) compared to college graduates (50 percent) and those with post-graduate degrees (53 percent)”
- People in all age groups 40 and over compared to people in age groups under 40
Maybe the most amusing part: 10% of people believe God is a hermaphrodite.
“The public is almost equally divided between those who think of God as male (36%) and “neither male nor female” (37%), with 10 percent saying “both male and female.” Only one percent thinks of God as a female.”
Does that make any sense? If I were religious, I would think God would not have a gender… the idea of God being both genders seems alien to me. Any explanations?
[tags]Harris poll, atheist, Christian, atheism, God[/tags]