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    (Original post by Josb)
    Most are atheist.
    That's not true, care to share any statistics whichillustrate that?
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    (Original post by LastMinReviseGuy)
    That's not true, care to share any statistics whichillustrate that?
    "A survey of Royal Society fellows found that only 3.3 per cent believed in God - at a time when 68.5 per cent of the general UK population described themselves as believers.

    A separate poll in the 90s found only seven per cent of members of the American National Academy of Sciences believed in God."

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...ve-in-God.html
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    Idk if am totally ex but whatever, anyway I stopped really believing because I became disillusioned with the absurd teaching (especially in the social aspect, segregated genders nowadays really **** outta here), the shocking teachings and the restrictions. Also there are 4 or 5 "main religions" so what happens if one is true and God says "fam what religion did you believe in" "Islam" "Nahh fam, Christianity was the right one, get your kuffar ass into the hellfire ygm".
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    (Original post by Josb)
    "A survey of Royal Society fellows found that only 3.3 per cent believed in God - at a time when 68.5 per cent of the general UK population described themselves as believers.

    A separate poll in the 90s found only seven per cent of members of the American National Academy of Sciences believed in God."

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...ve-in-God.html
    Considering the amount of time you had with pulling up that article. With enough time i could pull up several articles contradicting that count. And even if those numbers are true, you expect that to be an adequate sample size to make an estimation of the percentage of believers and non-believers which work in the science field?

    Very bias if you ask me. But ok, fair point.
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    (Original post by somemightsay888)
    Idk if am totally ex but whatever, anyway I stopped really believing because I became disillusioned with the absurd teaching (especially in the social aspect, segregated genders nowadays really **** outta here), the shocking teachings and the restrictions. Also there are 4 or 5 "main religions" so what happens if one is true and God says "fam what religion did you believe in" "Islam" "Nahh fam, Christianity was the right one, get your kuffar ass into the hellfire ygm".
    Now i don't care if your an ex-muslim on not practising muslim. But , don't you dare sit there and insult Islams teachings. Shocking teachings?
    Care to explain yourself, when you have a point you expand on it, so other people can understand where you're coming from...
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