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For decades, some psychologists have asserted that people with religious beliefs are less intelligent. Dr. Leslie Francis of the University of Wales Lampeter suggests that Freud's atheism influenced this conclusion. Now, a study of teenagers by Dr. Francis finds no link between religious faith and low intelligence.
Aged fifteen to sixteen, the 711 participants came from schools throughout England. According to a report from the National Institute for Healthcare Research, the study found that "religious faith and intelligence were independent of each other ...."
Watching the news of the Colorado high-school shootings spurred two alert men to action. They rushed to their computers and claimed the names "trenchcoatmafia.net," "trenchcoatmafia.org," and "trenchcoatmafia.com" before others could, perhaps, set up such a Web site for evil purposes. As one of them, Jose Troche, explained, "I didn't want someone to use those names to come up with a neo-Nazi Web page, saying 'Let's blow up the world.' ...
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To Our Readers
with contributions from Colleen Douglass, Marian Blue Ude
The great getaway
By Nathan A. Talbot
Gravitating to God?
By Charles Edward Langton
Trim away ungodlike thoughts
By Nicole J. Leach
Good luck who needs it?
By Beverly Goldsmith
Love heals pesky problems, too
By Jane K. Mercereau
Nothing taken, nothing lost, in God's universe
By John Quincy Adams III
Let your first impression and your last be love
By Ellen Moore Thompson
T. Jewell Collins
Fish have healings, too
B. Gail Benjamin
Prayer brings regeneration and physical healing
Timothy Paul Thorndike
Safety following a car accident
Colette Y. Cadwell
Divine Love eliminates chest pain
Robert L. Dulle
Stress-free parenting? It's possible
By Kay Ramsdell Olson
The end of fear