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Probing the links between faith and climate denial

Yesterday’s Washington Post features an interesting story on the possible links between faith and climate denial. The report features interesting visual data on different religions and denominations including Anglicans. From the article:

The main driver of climate science rejection, however, appears to be a free market ideology — which is tough to characterize as religious in nature. Nonetheless, it has often been observed (including by me) that evolution denial and climate science rejection often seem to overlap, at least to an extent.

And there does seem to […]

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