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Be Thankful for the Humanitarian Habits of Religious People

Be Thankful for the Humanitarian Habits of Religious People
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A majority of all Americans now tell pollsters that efforts to help the poor, comfort the needy, and otherwise serve the common good would be just as prevalent “if there were no people of faith or religious organizations to do them.” Sorry, folks. As a factual matter, that is emphatically untrue.

 

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