Religion ‘makes people more generous’

Source: The Telegraph:
Religious people are more generous than non-believers when it comes to giving to charity, research claims
It preaches help for the poor and loving thy neighbour but now a new study has provided evidence that religion can make people more generous in their everyday lives.
Research commissioned by the BBC found that people who profess a religious belief are significantly more likely to give to charity than non-believers.

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Sikhs and Jews emerged as the most likely to share their worldly goods with a good cause, just ahead of Christians, Hindus and Muslims.

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Categories: Europe, Islam, Religion

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