Something a little odd struck me in reading the recently release Pew Statistics on Religion in America Report.
The good news is that Americans are nearly unanimous in saying they believe in God
(92 percent) and large majorities believe in life after death (74 percent), according to the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life’s 268-page study released Monday.
But here’s something that caught my brain. The study found that 59 percent of Americans believe in hell while 68 percent believe demons are active in the world.
Question: Where do the nine percent of people who believe in demons but don’t believe in Hell think demons live? New Jersey? Sheboygen?
I don’t think they’ve thought this through.