Started by Hydra009, May 15, 2021, 07:55:03 PM
QuoteThe study, published April 29 in Sociology of Religion, found that while 11% of students in inquiry-based majors such as philosophy become more secular, only 8% of students in majors that apply knowledge, such as education, do.
QuoteThe traditional claim that studying science leads to loss of religiosity stems from the idea that science and religion have different views on the natural world and its development - systems that people claim are incompatible
QuoteThe college majors with the highest effect on secularization were women's studies, anthropology, physics, and philosophy, while the majors with the lowest effect were physical education, nursing, theology, and kinesiology. Pre-law studies ranked the absolute worst.