Are kids with non-religious parents kinder than those with religious parents?

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15 Nov Are kids with non-religious parents kinder than those with religious parents?

A study published in the most recent issue of Current Biology purports to demonstrate that the more religious a family is the less altruistic the children will be. It also concludes that religious parents have a more positive view than of their children’s sensitivity to injustice than non-religious parents and that children of religious parents demand harsher punishments when they see injustices carried out.

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