Study: “Spiritual but not Religious” people associated with Drugs, poor mental health

At CNN Religion Dan Merica writes about the British Journal of Psychiatry’s recent study which finds that ‘spiritual but not religious’ types, ‘…as opposed to people who are religious, agnostic or atheist, were more likely to develop a “mental disorder,” “be dependent on drugs” and “have abnormal eating attitudes,” like bulimia and anorexia.’

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