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THURSDAY, MAR 13, 2008  |  2 comments
Study: Behaviors Americans Consider 'Sinful'
Americans overwhelmingly believe in the concept of sin whether they are religiously involved or not, according to a new Ellison Research study released Tuesday.

“Sin,” as defined by the research organization, is “something that is almost always considered wrong, particularly from a religious or moral perspective.” The study questioned more than 1,000 American adult respondents whether they believe in such a thing as “sin” and then asked them whether 30 different behaviors were sinful.

Out the list of 30 behaviors, adultery was most often described as a sinful behavior by American respondents (81 percent). ...


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Gayle Pospeschil | Massachusetts  Contact via emailFind all comments by Gayle Pospeschil
"But perhaps more surprising is the differences in the belief of sin between political divides. Political conservatives (94 percent) believe there is such a thing as sin. The number remains high among moderates (89 percent) but then drops to 77 percent among political liberals."

Hmm, I'm not at all surprised. It'd be interesting to see a chart correlating the sins with the political leanings. I'd like to know what the liberals consider the most and the least sinful.

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News Item3/13/08 3:50 PM
Minnow  Find all comments by Minnow
"“Sin,” as defined by the research organization, is “something that is almost always considered wrong, particularly from a religious or moral perspective.”"

"...almost always..."??????

The problem here is that most, or all, of the people questioned, like the originators of the survey, - DON'T know what sin really is.

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