The Real Differences Between Atheists and Christians (according to Twitter)

Hemant Mehta has shared some fascinating infographics indicating which words are used more frequently by atheists or by Christians on Twitter. It is definitely interesting. Atheists not only swear more frequently. They also mention “hell” and “Bible” more often too. But you’ll get more “blessed,” “praise,” and “Jesus” and “Christ” from Christians.

Here is one of the infographics. Click through to see some of the others.

"That is funny. I understood what you meant. It was simple. You didn't write what ..."

Earl Doherty as Christian Reformer
"I also vaguely remember this point of contention over "γεννάω" being related to some theory ..."

Earl Doherty as Christian Reformer
"This is just ordinary empirical reasoning, though. Does Convington watch crime dramas?The threating email, the ..."

Earl Doherty as Christian Reformer
"There is a film called Brother of the Wind, it seems to be about eagles.However, ..."

Earl Doherty as Christian Reformer

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  • Ducky

    Curious what the count on the word “religion” (singular) is. I see religious and religions.

  • Jr

    Presumably when we are talking about “atheists” and “Christians” here we mean atheist or Christian activists. I am sure that there is a lot of atheists and Christians who never discuss religion on Twitter.