Wednesday, December 17, 2008



Larry Moran is crowing about a study ("The intelligence-religiosity nexus: A representative study of white adolescent Americans," as detailed by Razib at Gene Expression) that purportedly shows that, in the sample, atheists scored 1.95 points higher on IQ tests than agnostics. Now Greg Laden, at his cleverly named Greg Laden's Blog has picked up on it as well.

What Larry and Greg fail to mention is that Episcopalians / Anglicans score 2.35 points higher than atheists.

And everybody knows Episcopalians / Anglicans are really agnostics anyway!


My apologies in advance to Michael Siemon for the joke.

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